Strong safety Kam Chancellor missed his second straight practice Thursday while dealing with a pelvis injury suffered last Sunday against Baltimore.

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Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor remained out of practice Thursday, one of five players who did not participate, seeming to increase the chances that he will not be able to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns while battling a pelvis injury suffered last Sunday at Baltimore.

Others out were: RB Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), TE Anthony McCoy (knee/ankle), DL Jordan Hill (toe) and DE Cliff Avril (non-injury related, meaning a rest day).

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has already said Lynch and Hill are out this week and Avril appears to just be getting veteran rest days, leaving Chancellor and McCoy as apparently the big question marks heading into the weekend.

The news was better about some other injured players as CB DeShawn Shead (ankle) and DL Michael Bennett (toe) were each limited participants after having been out on Wednesday.

And the news was even better about two others — TE Luke Willson (ribs) and DE Demarcus Dobbs (concussion) who were each limited on Wednesday and full participants on Thursday.

If Chancellor can’t play then the team will go with Kelcie McCray at strong safety. McCray played the last three quarters on Sunday.

McCoy played 15 snaps against Baltimore in his first game back with the Seahawks. Seattle re-signed Chase Coffman this week and he could help fill in depth at tight end behind Willson and Cooper Helfet if McCoy is out.