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Pete Carroll: Kam Chancellor looked great Saturday

Kam Chancellor is listed as probable on the Seattle Seahawks' injury report after falling on the second-to-last play of Friday's session. He exited practice with his left knee wrapped.

However, on Saturday coach Pete Carroll, told Emily Kaplan -- who wrote the pool report for the Pro Football Writers of America -- that Chancellor looked great during the team's final walkthrough.

"He looked pretty good today," Carroll said. "We will make sure we test him in pregame, but he remarkably looked great today, and so that's all we have to go on."

Per Kaplan, Chancellor didn't appear to favor either leg during the light, relaxed session.

With Earl Thomas (shoulder) and Richard Sherman (elbow) already banged up, having a fully healthy Chancellor would be huge against Tom Brady.

As for Sunday's matchup, Carroll said the Seahawks are ready to meet the New England Patriots on the gridiron.

"Everything is done," Carroll said. "The hay isn't in the barn ever around here, but everything is done."

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