Even though Kam Chancellor wasn't around the team, it didn't mean he distanced himself completely from his teammates.
For Dion Bailey, Chancellor was certainly in his corner, even after allowing the game-tying touchdown to the Rams that proved to be critical in the outcome.
"He said football things happen, don't worry myself about little things like that," Bailey said of Chancellor reaching out to him postgame via text, per ESPN. "A slip or whatever could happen to anybody. So it was reassuring to hear him say I played well in the grand scheme of things."
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So naturally, when Chancellor returned to the practice facility on Wednesday, his teammates welcomed him back with open arms.
"It's like I was never gone, like I never missed a beat, like we never missed a beat with each other," Chancellor said, via ESPN.
Perhaps getting Chancellor back is just what the Seahawks needed to turn their season around.
It is the team's hope that his presence will translate to on-field success -- as if they never missed a beat in his absence.