RENTON, Wash. -- Five quick thoughts after watching the Seattle Seahawks' practice session Tuesday from team headquarters: Miller key: Backup tight end Anthony McCoy was not a key player for the Seahawks. However, his recent injury focuses attention on depth at the position. Show More Summary
When Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was asked about running back Marshawn Lynch’s absence from OTAs last week, he said that the Seahawks “miss him and we’d like him to be here.” The Seahawks don’t have to miss Lynch any longer. The team tweeted out a picture from Tuesday’s workout to highlight socks featuring the Seattle…
Count Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch among the group of players exercising their right to not attend voluntary offseason workouts across the league. Lynch was the only healthy member of the Seahawks not to be in attendance for the team’s first OTA practice on Monday. Defensive end Chris Clemons and defensive tackle Greg Scruggs…
Last year, after Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was arrested for DUI, some in the media assumed that Lynch would serve a suspension during the 2012 season. For a change, we provided a calm voice of reason, explaining that the league typically doesn’t mete out discipline for DUI situations until after the case is resolved.…
Jump ahead to 2015 and put yourself in John Schneider's seat as the Seattle Seahawks' general manager. By then, you will have re-signed or lost elite players such as safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman. Your quarterback, Russell Wilson, will be entering the final year of his rookie contract. Show More Summary
The Seattle Seahawks entered the 2013 NFL draft with few (if any) pressing needs. The team flaunted it a bit, it seemed, by using a second-round selection for a running back even though Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin combine to make...Show More Summary
Monikers in sports usually make fans smile at the tinge of hyperbole that goes hand in hand with good nicknames. Marshawn Lynch is Beast Mode. Darren McFadden is Run DMC. Then of course there's Megatron. Yet above all others, few sports...Show More Summary
Michael Robinson’s Real Rob Report compiles its highlights of messing with Marshawn Lynch. It’s like messin’ with Sasquatch, only with more Skittles and plenty of lulz. [via] The post Messin’ With Marshawn appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Seattle sports fans are used to having one of their heroes be praised for his "beast mode" style of play in Marshawn Lynch of the Seahawks, but baseball season has officially arrived, and a different style of this term has rolled into town. Show More Summary
A fine tackling display by the Bears defense.
Marshawn Lynch made a surprise appearance at the spring game of his alma mater, California, and even ran for a touchdown. The biggest giveaway that this wasn’t serious wasn’t that [...] The post Turn Back The Clock MOE appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
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There was a familiar sight at Cal’s spring game on Saturday. A running back wearing No. 10 went around the right side of the line and sprinted 22 yards for a touchdown, calling to mind memories of when Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch wore that number in Berkeley. As it turns out, it was more…
We're sure the sight brought tears of fond remembrance to the eyes of Yahoo! Sports colleague Mike Silver, a proud (and VERY vocal) Cal alum. During the Golden Bears' spring practice on Saturday, one fast and powerful halfback impressed...Show More Summary
The Seattle Seahawks may be faced with an interesting challenge this year. Specifically, do they have to teach Marshawn Lynch how to run differently? Now that the NFL has passed the new “helmet rule” running backs may have to alter how they run, particularly in the open field. Show More Summary
Trent Baalke vs. John Schneider. Jim Harbaugh vs. Pete Carroll. Colin Kaepernick vs. Russell Wilson. Frank Gore vs. Marshawn Lynch. All of a sudden, thanks to those cast of characters and others, the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks have forged the most ferocious rivalry in the NFL. Show More Summary
NEW ORLEANS -- Watching NFC West running backs Frank Gore and Marshawn Lynch charge through the line of scrimmage untouched on option runs got me to thinking about long-term implications. 2012 Frank Gore Option Rushing I wondered whether...Show More Summary
When we think of the top running backs in the league, who comes to mind? Adrian Peterson, undoubtedly. How about Arian Foster or Marshawn Lynch? I'm sure we can throw in Ray Rice or Jamaal Charles in the discussion. In that crowded group, not once did I mention San Francisco 49ers running back, Frank Gore. Show More Summary
The Atlanta Falcons needed every last second of the game to defeat the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Atlanta did a good job of slowing down Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch, but that left tight end Zach Miller open over the middle of the field on multiple occasions. Show More Summary
Marshawn Lynch took the Seattle Seahawks to a 28-27 lead with just 31 seconds left on the clock, in what seemed to be a game winning touchdown. But the Falcons answered quickly with a Matt Bryant field goal leaving 13 seconds on theShow More Summary