Originally posted on NorthWest Sports Beat  |  Last updated 3/15/12
Seahawks re-sign Lynch to a 4-year $31 million deal Okay, so this isn’t exactly breaking news but on 3/4/2012 the Seahawks were able to re-signed the NFL’s top running back of the second half of last season. The anti-Alexander Marshawn Lynch runs hard every-time he touches the ball. It doesn’t matter if he is at the 1-yard line or mid-field. If he has a huge hole or a wall of defenders he is going to give everything he has to eek out every last yard. If you remember Shaun Alexander playing like that you only watched him near the goal line. Mostly I remember a guy who loved the limelight, was standoffish to fans and fell down if a blade of grass was out of place. Rarely can a single tackler bring down this 25 year old running back. Watching “Beast-quake” and the debut of the “Baby Stiff-Arm” never gets old. A face for the franchise The Seahawks have been missing a face for the franchise since Matt Hasselbeck departed. Sure the Seahawks have a bunch of very good young talented pl...
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