The Seahawks (0-2) activated the All-Pro strong safety for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears (0-2) and waived safety Dion Bailey, who started in Chancellor's spot Week 1 at St. Louis.
Chancellor ended a 54-day holdout Wednesday but it was uncertain when the team would place him on the 53-man roster.
Carroll said Friday it looked pretty clear to him that Chancellor was ready to play.
Chancellor missed all of training camp, all four preseason games and two regular- season games waiting for the Seahawks to adjust his contract. When that didn't happen and with fines accrued for his prolonged absence, Chancellor blinked and appeared at the team's Renton, Wash., facility this week to "get back to work." His holdout did not result in getting a pay raise.
According to Pro Football Talk, citing a league source, the game's ATC spotter failed either to recognize or act in response to Fusco apparently struggling to get to his feet after a block that included helmet-to-helmet contact.
The spotter now has the power to stop the game and require an immediate examination of an injured player.
The change came, at least in part, after New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman needed to be examined for a concussion during February's Super Bowl. Despite that, the spotter was not allowed to have Edelman closely examined until after that drive ended.
Lacy (ankle) missed the second half of the Packers' win Sunday night over the Seahawks and could be replaced by James Starks.
The Packers would use rookie Ty Montgomery or Jeff Janis in three-wide receiver sets with Randall Cobb and James Jones if Adams cannot play. Starting wide receiver Jordy Nelson is out for the season with a torn ACL. Adams started in Nelson's spot the first two weeks of the season.
Huff was a surprise addition to the injury report Saturday, listed as questionable with a hamstring injury. He has four catches for 39 yards this season.
Murray also is listed as questionable, but he is expected to play despite missing part of practice Wednesday and all of Thursday with a hamstring injury suffered Wednesday.
Bryant left the Cowboys' Week 1 victory over the New York Giants with a fractured right foot and had surgery on Sept. 14.
The plan is still for Bryant to be healthy enough to return for the Week 7 rematch against the Giants on Oct. 25, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said.
"Our prognosis has never changed," Jones said Friday on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. "I know there have been a lot of people who have doctors on their media staff and like to speculate on these things, but we've been pretty consistent from Day One. At first we thought maybe four to six (weeks) and that changed to six to eight. By the next day we were pretty much thinking six to eight. We really feel like it's a very fair goal to think that Dez will be back after the bye."
Bryant had a bone graft as part of his surgery to repair his broken foot and there have been reports he would be out longer than expected.
---Arizona Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson and Bears linebacker Pernell McPhee were each fined $17,363 for hits on quarterbacks during last Sunday's game at Soldier Field.
NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino announced the Week 2 fines Friday in his weekly officiating video.
Johnson was fined for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who later left the game with a hamstring injury in the second quarter. Johnson was not penalized for the hit.
McPhee's fine was for a late hit early in the third quarter on Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer. McPhee was flagged for roughing the passer and received a 15-yard penalty.
---The Cincinnati Bengals signed left tackle Andrew Whitworth to a one-year contract extension worth $9 million, according to reports.
The deal runs through 2016 and includes a $2 million signing bonus and a base salary of $5.8 million, ESPN.com reported. Whitworth entered 2015 with $5 million on his final year.
The 6-foot-7, 330-pound Whitworth, who turns 34 in December, has spent his entire 10-year career in Cincinnati after being the Bengals' second-round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.
---The Carolina Panthers promoted wide receiver Brenton Bersin from the practice squad to the active roster.
The team waived tight end Brandon Williams to make room for Bersin.