Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor has been listed as probable for Sunday's Super Bowl, allaying fears after he picked up a knee injury at the end of practice on Friday.

Chancellor sat out the final play of practice and exited the field with a wrapped knee, though he was not limping.

His is just one of several Seahawks injuries going into Sunday's showdown.

Free safety Earl Thomas suffered a separated shoulder in the NFC championship game and is listed as probable.

Cornerback Richard Sherman suffered a hyperextended elbow in the same game and is also listed as probable. Both have practiced all week.

Also listed as probable are running back Marshawn Lynch (back), right guard J.R. Sweezy (ankle), and right tackle Justin Britt (knee).