Seahawks Plan To Place RB Marshawn Lynch On Reserve/Retired List By June 1

Seahawks GM John Schneider mentioned during an interview on KJR-AM (per Bob Condotta) that they do not want to spread out retired RB Marshawn Lynch‘s cap hit to 2017. Condotta mentions that the Seahawks plan to place Lynch on the reserve/retired list by June 1. Many have wondered why Lynch hasn’t officially retired from the NFL, despite announcing several months ago that...
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Seattle Seahawks: No player to wear jersey No. 24 this season

The Seattle Seahawks have made it known that no player will wear the No. 24 on their jersey for the upcoming 2016 season. Seahawks general manager Jon Schneider confirmed this news on Monday that jersey No. 24, Marshawn Lynch‘s former number, will not be in the number rotation to select for the new players joining the roster. “One of my last conversations with Marshawn was that...
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Seahawks explain why nobody will wear Marshawn Lynch's number next year

Marshawn Lynch has only been away from the game of football for a few months, but he's continued to have an impact on the Seattle Seahawks. While he'll obviously be missed on offense, he won't be replaced. At least his number won't be.The Seahawks drafted three running backs this year to pair with Thomas Rawls, but none of them will wear No. 24. In fact, no Seahawk will in 2016. ...
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Seahawks GM: No one will wear Marshawn Lynch’s No. 24 next season

Over the weekend, Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin took to Twitter to inform head coach Pete Carroll that he and his teammates had a request. That request? That no player wears #24 next season. That number, of course, was worn by the recently retired Marshawn Lynch. And though the Seahawks drafted Clemson running back Zac Brooks, who wore #24 in college, GM John Schneider...
Via No Guts, No Glory
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Seahawks GM says no one will wear Lynch's No. 24

The Seattle Seahawks appreciate everything Marshawn Lynch helped them accomplish over the past six seasons, and they plan to express their gratitude by not letting anyone wear his jersey number in 2016. Over the weekend, Doug Baldwin sent a tweet after the draft asking Pete Carroll to not allow any new players to wear No. 24. Seahawks GM John Schneider was asked about Baldwin...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Baldwin doesn't want anyone wearing Lynch's old number

The Seattle Seahawks are hoping they found a replacement for the recently retired Marshawn Lynch in this 2016 NFL Draft. After all, the team did select three running backs during the draft. This doesn’t mean any one player can replace Lynch, who was the heart and soul of Seattle’s offense for a good five-year span. Making sure everyone knows this, wide receiver Doug Baldwin...
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Seattle says Lynch hasn't filed retirement papers yet

RENTON, Wash. (AP) Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider says the team has not received retirement paperwork for running back Marshawn Lynch. After the conclusion of the draft Saturday, Schneider said the paperwork has not been filed with the league, but the Seahawks are prepared from a salary cap standpoint whether Lynch's retirement becomes official before or after...
Via Associated Press
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Jarran Reed honors Marshawn Lynch after being selected by Seahawks

In the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, former Alabama Crimson Tide defensive tackle Jarran Reed heard his name called by the Seattle Seahawks. Then, he wasted no time getting in the good graces of the fan base. Reed walked out onto the stage to greet NFL commissioner Roger Goodell with nothing other than a bag of Skittles in his hand, a tribute to recently retired running back...
Via Campus Sports Net
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Marshawn Lynch just ’bout helpin’ kids in Haiti, boss

A lot of folks liked to gripe about former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for one reason or another during his playing career. Now that he’s retired, it’s hard to argue that Lynch isn’t doing some pretty great things. Beast Mode himself seems to pop up in a different part of the world every time we hear about him and now we can find him in Haiti where he’s...
Via The Comeback
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch building homes in Haiti

Former NFL running back Marshawn Lynch has always been involved in the community. The work he’s done in his hometown of Oakland, CA. is by now well known to the local citizens. The same can be said for Seattle, where he suited up as a football player for five-plus seasons before retiring in February. Lynch is now extending his humanitarian efforts to outside of the United States...
Via Sportsnaut
12 days ago  |  Discuss

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