Pete Carroll: Seahawks not talking Kam Chancellor trade despite inquiries

RENTON, Wash. -- With teams around the league wondering how the Kam Chancellor situation will be resolved, coach Pete Carroll said Monday that the Seattle Seahawks have fielded inquiries about the Pro Bowl safety's availability via trade.

"There have been a couple phone calls from other teams, people just kind of wondering what's going on," Carroll said. "We really are not interested in talking to them about that, so we don't."

Carroll confirmed Dion Bailey, an undrafted free agent in 2014, will start in Chancellor's place if Chancellor doesn't show up later this week.

Should he carry his holdout into the regular season, Chancellor will lose out on $267,647 for every game he misses.