Adobe's terms are that you must apply for a license to distribute their products:
Adobe provides a free license to allow you to redistribute Adobe Flash® Player or Adobe Shockwave® Player on your company's intranet, or with your software product or service.
You have to supply them details of your intended distribution, including information about your licensing, number of end users etc.
The relevant part of the Chrome license looks to be this clause:
9.3 Subject to section 1.2, unless Google has given you specific written permission to do so, you may not assign (or grant a sub-license of) your rights to use the Software, grant a security interest in or over your rights to use the Software, or otherwise transfer any part of your rights to use the Software.
Which suggests that, as long as you do not change the original license, you will not infringe.
Note: this does not constitute legal advice...