The Seattle Seahawks will have to play the rest of the season without strong safety Kam Chancellor, coach Pete Carroll said on his weekly radio show on ESPN 710 Seattle Monday morning, confirming rumors that had circled for the last week or so.

Chancellor suffered a stinger in a win at Arizona on Nov. 9 and has not played since. He has remained on the team’s active roster but Carroll had hinted that a move of some sort would be coming soon and it seems likely that Chancellor will soon go on Injured Reserve.

Carroll, though, also said it remains unclear if Chancellor will be able to play beyond this season.