CHAWK LINES -- Seahawks at Packers

Do the Seahawks miss Kam Chancellor on the field? Let their other defensive leaders tell you.

John Schneider visited Chancellor and asked him to come back, promising the team would take care of him at some point, Jay Glazer reported. Chancellor thinks he has great leverage, Glazer said.

Dave Boling says the Seahawks need to discover their post-Chancellor identity.

Bob Condotta points to the 1985 Bears, who won the Super Bowl with two season holdouts, as a case study for the Kam-less Seahawks.

The Packers might not be the only ones without their right tackle (Bryan Bulaga). Garry Gilliam is questionable with a rib issue.

Want to know why he is “Angry” Doug Baldwin? A great look at the enigmatic receiver by Jayson Jenks.

Baldwin says the hurry-up offense works only when it surprises defenses. “Once teams see it, they prepare for it. There’s a lot of things that go into it that allow it to be successful one week and then not allow it to be successful the next week.”

Jermaine Kearse had a solid first game, but he needs to keep it up — especially in the rematch with the Packers.

Drew Nowak’s second NFL start will come against the team he owns.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Green Bay’s superstar QB, Aaron Rodgers, from

With Jordy Nelson out, James Jones returned to Green Bay and picked up right where he left off.

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