Chancellor Played In Super Bowl With Torn Ligament

(Renton, WA)  --  Add safety Kam Chancellor to the list of Seahawks who played through pain during Super Bowl 49.  Chancellor says he suffered a deep bone bruise and a torn MCL in his knee, two days before the game during practice.  Fellow safety Earl Thomas played with a separated shoulder and cornerback Richard Sherman was ailing from damaged ligaments in his elbow.  Sherman says many of his teammates played with pain during the season, and he felt it was important to play in the Super Bowl despite his injury.

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