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Seahawks trade for safety Kelcie McCray

The Seahawks spent the week aggressively scanning the trade market for safety depth behind current no-show Kam Chancellor, as Around The NFL reported on Saturday.

It didn't take them long to zero in on a target.

The Seahawks have traded for Chiefs safety Kelcie McCray, Kansas City announced on Saturday. It cost them a fifth-round draft pick, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, according to a source informed of the deal.

The 6-foot-1, 26-year-old undrafted free agent out of Arkansas State spent time with the Miami Dolphins and Bucs before a year-long stint with the Chiefs. It's the second time in a little more than a year that McCray has been traded

McCray has appeared in 31 career games, logging 17 tackles and a pass breakup.

The move will give Seattle some peace of mind as they try and sort out a hectic contract impasse with Chancellor. His holdout will soon enter its sixth week.

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