PHOENIX --Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor, who fell near the end of practice Friday and left the field with his left knee wrapped, participated in Saturday's walk-through and did not appear to be favoring his leg, according to the pool report.
Chancellor is listed as probable for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.
"He looked pretty good today," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told Emily Kaplan, the Super Bowl pool reporter for the Pro Football Writers of America. "We will make sure we test him in pregame, but he remarkably looked great today and so that's all we have to go on."
Chancellor wore long navy pants and a gray crewneck sweatshirt. When he walked into the indoor practice facility at Arizona State on Saturday, he looked comfortable, tossing footballs with wide receiver Doug Baldwin and then cornerback Richard Sherman on the sideline, according to the pool report.
At one point, Chancellor squatted down as if he was a center and hiked balls to Sherman.
All 53 roster players and 10 practice squad players practiced all week for the Seahawks.
The Patriots did not go through a walk-through Saturday.
"Practice-wise, we're done," coach Bill Belichick said, according to Friday's pool report. "We're as ready as we're going to be."
Patriots center Bryan Stork has been upgraded to probable for Sunday's game. Stork has been limited in practices all week, but sources expect him to start Sunday against the Seahawks.
Also Saturday, New England named former linebacker, and current ESPN analyst, Tedy Bruschi an honorary captain for Sunday's game.
Information from ESPN.com Patriots reporter Mike Reiss was used in this report.