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Seahawks' Kam Chancellor could extend holdout into regular season

Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor could continue to hold out into the regular season.

Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor could continue to hold out into the regular season, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

According to Schefter, Chancellor is not close to budging on his demands for a more lucrative deal.

Chancellor signed a four-year, $28 million extension before the 2013 season. He is expected to make $4.55 million this year with $16.88 million remaining on his deal. He is not guaranteed any money beyond the 2015 season.

“Nothing has changed,” Chancellor's agent, Alvin Keels, told ESPN on Wednesday. “He will not report without his contract being addressed this season. The team and I have been in contact, but we haven’t been able to agree on any compromise.”

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NFL rules permit the Seahawks to fine Chancellor $30,000 per day of missed training camp. He has missed three weeks of practices and one preseason game, which Seattle lost to the Denver Broncos.

The Seahawks' next preseason game is on Friday at 7 p.m. ET against the Kansas City Chiefs. Their regular season begins on Sept. 13 against the St. Louis Rams.

- Erin Flynn