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The Seahawks are taking the field for practice 13 of training camp Monday.

They’ll do so again without strong safety Kam Chancellor, whose holdout now is 18 days old, including game day and off days. Those days can apparently count toward fines the team can levy against Chancellor — he can be fined up to $30,000 a day for each day missed.

The team can now also recoup $250,000 of Chancellor’s $1 million pro-rated signing bonus for this season. And they could also fine him 1/17th of his base salary for the 2015 season (which is $4.55 million). Add those up and you get just over $1.057 million that the team could now fine Chancellor.

However, remember that those fines are discretionary. That is just the limit that the team could fine Chancellor.

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As practice began, three players injured Friday — backup QB Tarvaris Jackson, CB Mohammed Seisay and WR Chris Matthews — were not in uniform.

Also out today again were CBs Richard Sherman and Will Blackmon. Also out today was DL Jesse Williams and TE Cooper Helfet.

However, a couple players out Friday were back, notably linebackers Brock Coyle and Kevin Pierre-Louis and fullbacks Derrick Coleman and Will Tukuafu.

Cornerback Tharold Simon, who began the year on the PUP list, was also back on the field today. He had been rehabbing from off-season shoulder surgery.

We’ll have more injury/personnel updates later.

SEAHAWKS CUT STATEN, JOHNSON, ADD DBS JOHNSON, CRAYTON: The Seahawks made a couple of roster moves today, releasing DT Jimmy Staten and LB Dakory Johnson and signing defensive backs Jeremy Crayton and Keelan Johnson.

Crayton played cornerback at Southern Arkansas and Johnson was a safety at Arizona State.