Nearly four months since the end of the 2015 season, all remains quiet on the Chancellor contract front.
In a Tuesday interview with KIRO in Seattle, general manager John Schneider said he does not expect Chancellor to hold out this time around.
Chancellor is due $5.1 million this season and $6.8 million in 2017, the final season of a five-year, $29 million contract signed in April of 2013.
When asked what he learned about last year's holdout, Chancellor told the Seattle Times last week that "the past is the past."
"I'm excited to get another chance," Chancellor explained. "... Right now we have another chance, to win a Super Bowl, to win a division, to win the conference. Just being able to get that chance again is enough to be excited about."
Schneider is fully onboard with Chancellor's sentiment that last year's contract standoff is in the past.
"Kam is an extremely prideful, spiritual person. There's a lot of family things that stay in house. That's one of them," Schneider said, via ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia, at last month's NFL owners meeting. "I can't speak more highly of a guy. It was a tough, tough thing for everybody to go through last year, so I'm glad he feels that way."