Kam Chancellor is the only member of the Seattle Seahawks that's currently a serious threat to make the 2012 Pro Bowl at the moment.
The Seattle Seahawks have been struggling this season, so it's highly unsurprising that no one seems to really be in contention to get to the Pro Bowl. In fact, only two Seahawks are currently positioned in the top five at their position.
There's Seahawks punter Jon Ryan, but he's third behind 49ers punter Andy Lee and Packers punter Tim Masthay. So he probably has no chance, even if he's probably been the best player on this team. So there's only one player left who really has a chance to make it: Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor.
Chancellor has broken out in 2011, amassing 55 tackles, one sack, eight pass breakups, three interceptions and one forced fumble and fumble recovery. Chancellor is currently ranked third behind Roman Harper of the New Orleans Saints and Charlie Peprah of the Green Bay Packers though, so he still has to work his way back up to get into the mix.