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Pittsburgh Steelers have their own version of “Beast Mode”

Beast Mode. The name given to Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for his bruising style and highlight-reel plays. Plays where he breaks tackle after tackle, making it look as if he were a man carrying the ball among boys. Lynch had 59 broken tackles in 2013 and 88 in 2014, finishing first in the NFL both years for that stat. And while the punishing veteran back put up the...
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Doug Baldwin Claims Jimmy Graham Will Make Marshawn Lynch More “Devastating”

The Seattle Seahawks gained a major asset over the free agency period when they traded for tight end Jimmy Graham. As a huge red-zone target for Russell Wilson, Graham will help Seattle improve a great deal in that area of the field. Hardly able to contain his excitement, wide receiver Doug Baldwin seems to think Graham will work wonders this season (via ESPN 710). “He can be...
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Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch Led the League in Broken Tackles-- Again

Marshawn Lynch is a pretty fast dude, but he is not a speed demon. That's not how he makes his money. No--Marshawn is known more for being the kind of guy that powers through defenders that are foolish enough to try and tackle him--hence, the name Beast Mode.As it turns out there is a good reason why the name belongs to him and not anyone else. People refer to other running backs...
Via FatManWriting
8 days ago  |  Discuss

PHOTO: The Marshawn Lynch Beast Mode Baseball Jersey Coming Soon!

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has his own clothing line based off of his nickname and some of the catch phrases he has used over the years. The prices are not too different than what you would pay for official NFL merchandise. Right now he has t-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats up for sale, but it appears that he will soon be offering a "Beast Mode" baseball jersey.Lynch...
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Seattle Seahawks: Looking at the 2015 schedule

The 2015 schedules have been released and the Seattle Seahawks are in store for another tough season playing eight teams that were above .500 last season. Week 1: At St. Louis Rams – St. Louis has not been an easy place for Seattle to get the win the past few seasons. Look for a tough division matchup week one that has the potential to go either way. Week 2: At Green Bay Packers...
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Seven-round mock draft 2.0

As the 2015 NFL Draft inches closer, I offer my second seven-round Seattle Seahawks mock draft. Be sure to leave your comments below. Round 2, Pick 63: OG Ali Marpet, Hobart Marpet is a quick-footed and strong lineman with the power to drive defenders out of plays. While he played tackle at Division III Hobart, he should have no trouble switching to guard in the pros. And while...
April 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch opens up about childhood/growing up in Oakland (VIDEO)

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch grew up in Oakland, California and didn’t have the same upbringing as many other current and former NFL players. The tight-lipped Lynch is not one to talk about his past, but he finally opened up about it in an interview with XXL. Lynch, along with E-40 and his cousin, Mistah F.A.B., took XXL on a tour of North Oakland. They spoke...
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April 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Marshawn Lynch involved in brawl outside bar

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and a group of his friends were reportedly involved in a fight outside a bar in San Francisco on Friday night. According to TMZ, Lynch and his friends were leaving the establishment when a man who appeared intoxicated began taunting Lynch and repeatedly calling him the “Seattle Sea Chicken.”...Read More
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Seahawks offer Marshawn Lynch a huge contract

The Seattle Seahawks are apparently doing everything in their power to convince running back Marshawn Lynch to return for the 2015 season. Reportedly considering retirement after a long past two seasons, Lynch continues to see overtures thrown his way from the organization. A recent report from Yahoo Sports suggests that Seattle is willing to pay Lynch between $11 and $12 million...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Health a factor in Lynch's decision

The Seattle Seahawks are prepared to pay top dollar to lure their star running back Marshawn Lynch back to play in 2015. However, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, sources close to Lynch claim that his back issues could be a major factor in his decision to play or retire in 2015. Reportedly, Lynch has compressed cartilage in his back which will not heal and can worsen...
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February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

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