Seattle strong safety Kam Chancellor says he isn't worried that he will develop a reputation as a headhunter.
Yet, after his second straight week of picking up a personal foul for a hit against a defenseless receiver, the league may already be taking notice.
Chancellor was fined $20,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit against Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin two weeks ago. Last week against the St. Louis Rams, Chancellor was flagged again for the same penalty, this time for hitting St. Louis Rams tight end Lance Kendricks. Chancellor wouldn't confirm Wednesday whether he'd been fined for the second hit, but acknowledged he had heard from the league and plans to appeal.
Kendricks was falling to the ground while trying to haul in a pass when Chancellor collided with him. Chancellor appeared to lead with his shoulder but still hit Kendricks' helmet.
''I just turned my head to the side like they asked me to do from the previous week and tried to do it ...