By Brady HendersonESPN
A significant deadline for the Seattle Seahawks passed this past Friday when Kam Chancellor's $6.8 million base salary for 2018 became fully guaranteed, making it all the more likely that the Pro Bowl strong safety will remain with Seattle for the time being even with his football future in doubt because of a neck injury.
With that one in the rearview mirror, here's a look at some upcoming dates and events on the NFL's offseason calendar that will or could be of importance to the Seahawks:
Feb. 13: The first day teams can sign players whose CFL contracts from 2017 have expired.
The Seahawks haven't been linked to any CFL players this offseason, but they've had a few notable finds from Canada in years past. Cornerback Brandon Browner became a founding member of the Legion of Boom and started for parts of three seasons in Seattle's secondary. Wide receiver Chris Matthews recovered the onside kick that helped the Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers in the NFC title game in January 2015. He then became an unlikely star of Super Bowl XLIX with 109 receiving yards and a...