After back-to-back Super Bowl appearances that included one title win, the Seahawks' excess of talent on the field is beginning to catch up with them.
The organization has been in a drawn-out negotiation with starting quarterback Russell Wilson, and now, star safety Kam Chancellor reportedly wants more money.
Chancellor is on a four-year, $28 million deal, but is "strongly considering a camp holdout" unless the Seahawks address his contract, according to NFL Network.
Sources: #Seahawks S Kam Chancellor wants more money, has told Seattle that he’s strongly considering a camp holdout to make it happen.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 29, 2015
Chancellor, 27, is a three-time Pro Bowler that's racked up four interceptions, 160 solo tackles and two forced fumbles over the past two seasons in Seattle.
While he is an important piece to the defense, the Seahawks have several important areas to look at when considering Chancellor's salary.
The Seahawks have also struck out so far with Wilson, have yet to lock up All-Pro middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, and also are dealing with defensive end Michael Bennett and linebacker Bruce Irvin being unhappy with their contract situations.