Twitter reacts to Kam Chancellor's contract extension with the Seahawks


A day after saying as much, the Seattle Seahawks' starting strong safety signed a three-year extension that will keep him with the only club he's ever played for through the 2020 season.

Chancellor caused havoc on opposing offenses in his career with the Hokies, posting 208 career tackles and 4.5 TFL before being drafted by the Seahawks in the fifth round in 2010.

Chancellor is a key cog in Seattle's Legion of Boom defense and that is reflected in the team's payroll.

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Chancellor played in 12 games last season for the Seahawks. In addition to these numerous accomplishments, Chancellor was ranked by his peers as the 32nd-best player in the league at the conclusion of the 2015-16 season.

"I love this team", Chancellor said, via ESPN's Sheil Kapadia.

Chancellor, 29, missed four games with a groin injury last season and finished with 85 combined tackles and two interceptions.

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Chancellor, 29, started 12 games previous year and played at a high level with two interceptions, a forced fumble and 85 tackles. If the Seahawks didn't sign Chancellor, he would have been a top target in the free agent market in 2018. "Till the wheels fall off".

"As long as the wheels let me, as long as the wheels let me", Chancellor explained. I can't really put a time frame on how long I want to play. However long my body holds up - however long Lord allows me to.

He also said he "would love to retire" with the franchise.

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