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Breaking News - Well the honeymoon is over for the fans of the Seattle Seahawks as it is being reported that defensive end Michael Bennett, who just signed a one-year, $5 million contract has a torn rotator cuff.
NFL Impact - This type of injury usually takes months to recover from and a full recovery normally doesn’t occur unless surgery is used to repair the tear. At the moment Bennett hasn’t given a hint in either direction of whether or not that he will go under the knife or if he will decide to play through the injury, almost guaranteeing that his production will suffer.
As good as the Seahawks should be this year, Bennett should just go and get the surgery done, do the proper rehabilitation and be as close to 100% as possible at some point in 2013.
Fantasy Spin - Bennett, who had 9 sacks in 2012 after compiling just a total of 6 in his previous three seasons is obviously either going to likely miss a little bit of time or he won’t be himself all season. Either way it will take...
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Former Cal and current Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch not only attended Cal’s spring game but participated. Larry Brown Sports has the story. Lynch suited up with a helmet and pads and actually rushed for “It was a little mix. My boy KP asked me if I would do it, I got his back,” Lynch told Yam.a touchdown during the game. He told the Pac-12 Network’s Mike Yam...
Seahawks general manager John Scheider told KJR Sports Radio in Seattle that team doctors don’t believe Michael Bennett’s shoulder will limit the effectiveness of his play in 2013.
Schneider also said that Bennett played the entire 2012 season with a torn rotator cuff.
The good news of the Seahawks is that if Bennett doesn’t work out, they can let him walk in free agency next...
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE Michael Bennett looked to be a hot commodity once free fgency started, with several teams reportedly interested in his services.
Then the interest in him sort of went away. Now we know why.
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Bennett has a torn rotator cuff. The Seattle Seahawks ended up signing him on a 1-year deal worth $5 million, and...
The NFL's third-leading rusher from 2012 picked up an extra 22 yards on the ground and added a touchdown to his career totals on Saturday, although none of it is officially in the books.
Marshawn Lynch returned to the University of California to make a surprise appearance at the Bears' spring game on Saturday. Cool, I suppose. But what few expected was for Lynch to...
Strahan is a pretty cool guy.
that I didn’t expect that, but sometimes you just don’t know for
sure. Last Friday, I was attending the NYPLA’s Annual Dinner in
Honor of the Federal Judiciary in the Waldorf=Astoria (and yes, that
equal sign is intentional and I have no idea why they do that).
Normally I would never discuss this with anyone, ever,...
Nope, that's not a misprint, NFL fans...Marshawn Lynch did indeed score a touchdown in the University of California's spring football game.
The former Golden Bear was on hand for the event and decided to give himself an opportunity to run with the football.
Watch as Marshawn scores on this draw play and sent us flashing back to 2006:
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The addition of Percy Harvin makes the Seahawks’ receiving corps one of the best in pro football. Combine that with one of the top ground-and-pound running games in the league and it won’t be long...
Wait, what? Yup, that is Marshawn Lynch, back in a Cal uniform, scoring a touchdown during the Bears' Spring Game.
California's first spring game under new coach Sonny Dykes included a touchdown from one of the Bears' former stars.
Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch ran untouched - he wasn't allowed to be tackled - for a 22-yard touchdown, but the defense still won the spring game Saturday. The Cal defense, receiving points for turnovers, missed field goals, sacks and other stops, won...
Marshawn Lynch brings Beast Mode back to Berkeley with a touchdown run in the California spring game this Saturday at Memorial Stadium.