Asked about fielding phone calls for Chancellor, coach Pete Carroll responded Monday, via the Associated Press, "We're really not interested in talking to them about that, so we don't."
The front office won't meet Chancellor's demands for a raise because they don't want to set a precedent with three years remaining on the Pro Bowl safety's contract.
The ball is in Chancellor's court. The key day is Tuesday, as the Seahawks begin game week practice on Wednesday.
If Chancellor doesn't end his holdout by Wednesday morning, Rapoport advises, don't expect to see him in the season opener.