According to the Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta, Kam Chancellor has the desire to get back on the football field in 2018. Chancellor is battling a serious neck injury he suffered against Arizona, and was shelved the rest of the season. There are 12 million reasons why Chancellor would want to return, in form of a guaranteed contract. Chancellor is a charter member of Seattle’s “Legion of Boom”. Before signing with the Seahawks, Chancellor was a dean of Bud Foster’s “DBU”.
Little known Hokie fact: Chancellor was originally recruited to play quarterback at Virginia Tech. It became pretty evident early on that Kam belonged on the other side of the ball. Chancellor got progressively better during his time at Virginia Tech, and had an outstanding Orange Bowl against Cincinnati in 2008. Chancellor has earned his reputation in the N.F.L. as a big hitter, and all of Hokie Nation looks forward to hopeful return (pending medical release) in 2018.