With all their running backs hurt, could the Seahawks really consider Marshawn Lynch? Pretty please?
With all their running backs hurt, could the Seahawks really consider Marshawn Lynch? Pretty please?Rashaad Penny was already done for the season. In a loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise went down with season-ending injuries.
MARSHAWN LYNCH . For nine seasons the running back known as Beast Mode shifted forms when confronted with the media, culminating at Super If you think bringing Marshawn Lynch to the ground was a challenge, try getting on his calendar. The recently retired Seahawks running back (more on
Seahawks .com Content Manager. It's no secret that Marshawn Lynch wasn't the most talkative player in Seattle's locker room, at least not when it But Lynch still managed to deliver plenty of memorable quotes through his five seasons in Seattle as he either met with the press on his own terms, or found
Afterand went down on Sunday night, if the Seahawks might reach into the past to find some help at running back in Week 17 and the postseason.
It looks like they’re at least contemplating the possibility of bringing Marshawn Lynch back into the fold. NFL Media reports thatto renewing their relationship and that Lynch has told people he plans to travel to Seattle on Monday to speak to the Seahawks about a return.
Marshawn Lynch closer to signing with Seahawks after passing physical
Lynch, 33, appeared in just six games with the Oakland Raiders last season. Some may say he’s rusty, but he could prove that he is merely rested. Having him back in Seattle would be quite the story after he last played for the Seahawks in 2015.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is anticipating that Marshawn Lynch will return to the team on Monday with the hope that he could play in the playoff opener the
Just in time for the playoffs, Marshawn Lynch is back to practicing with the Seattle Seahawks . Lynch was a full participant in practice Wednesday, his first on-field work with the Seahawks since undergoing abdominal surgery in late November and missing the final seven games of the regular season.
Lynch was with the Seahawks from 2010 to 2015, won a Super Bowl, was controversially not given the ball at the end of a Super Bowl loss and crossed the 1,000-yard mark in four of his six seasons with the team.
Lynch last played for the Raiders in Week Six last season. He went on injured reserve with a groin injury after running for 376 yards and three touchdowns on 90 carries in his six appearances.
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Seahawks likely to increase Marshawn Lynch's workload .
Seahawks fans looking for more Beast Mode are likely to get their wish in light of coach Pete Carroll's comments Monday.Appearing Monday on 710 ESPN Seattle, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that running back Marshawn Lynch is likely to see an increased workload.