3 Places Kam Chancellor Is Most Likely To Land If He Gets Traded

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor has been holding out all summer in hopes of getting more money from Seattle (despite having three more years on his contract), but the Seahawks have started to grow tired of it and have had talks with several teams about trading Chancellor. Here are three places he is most likely to land if he gets traded:

3) Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta ranked last in passing defense last year, and new head coach Dan Quinn was the defensive coordinator in Seattle before taking the Falcons job. With the relationship between him and Chancellor - and Atlanta's pressing need to upgrade the back end of their secondary (William Moore and Charles Godfrey are their two starters) - this is a very real possibility.

2) New York Giants

The Giants ranked in the bottom half of the league is passing defense last year, and their safety position is far from stable. Rookie Landon Collins is expected to start alongside Cooper Taylor, who has four career tackles. Chancellor would certainly be a major upgrade, and the Giants have had talks about acquiring him:

1) Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles had one of the worst secondaries in the league last season and went to great lengths to upgrade it this offseason, headlined by their signing of former Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell. 

Head coach Chip Kelly has shown that he's afraid to make bold moves this offseason, and Philadelphia reportedly has interest in giving Chancellor the kind of money he's looking for:

Chancellor would be a big upgrade over Walter Thurmond and Malcolm Jenkins, who are the Eagles' current starting safeties.

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