The Seattle Seahawks aren't budging.

Star safety Kam Chancellor, who held out of training camp and the preseason, did not practice with the team on Wednesday, according to head coach Pete Carroll. As a result, he will not play on Sunday when the Seahawks take on the St. Louis Rams.

"He's not here so he's not playing. That's it," Carroll said, according to Sports Radio KJR.

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Chancellor is two years into a four-year extension worth $28 million that he signed back in 2013. However, the three-time Pro Bowler watched as several teammates signed lucrative contracts over the past year and now wants his salary upped.

There's no indication the Seahawks will meet Chancellor's demands as FS1 NFL Insider Mike Garafolo points out that the team traded for Kansas City Chiefs safety Kelcie McCray over the weekend.

What's more, one Seahawks teammate said the team will "will win without him, and it will hit him."