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Despite missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday this week, don’t expect Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch to miss any time Sunday when his team takes on the Atlanta Falcons. Lynch is dealing with a foot sprain and was limited in practice on Friday. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told ESPN Seattle that Lynch will be just fine to play on Sunday.”He’s fine, he’ll be all right.”
Lynch has been on fire for the Seahawks recently. He finished the regular season with 1,590 yards and 11 touchdowns and has rushed for over 100 yards in his last five games. Against the Washington Redskins, Lynch carried the ball 20 times for 132 yards and one touchdown.
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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch missed practice
for the second straight day on Thursday due to his lingering foot injury,
reports Curtis Crabtree of Pro Football Talk.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch missed
practice for the second straight day to a lingering foot injury.
Crabtree points out that seeing Lynch’s name on the Seahawks’
Marshawn Lynch is usually very protective of the ball when running. This one was out of his hands though. Lynch go punched below the belt by Thomas DeCoud, then got hit from the back to cause the fumble. It's safe to say he lost his skittles on this one.
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Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch is probable for Sunday's matchup with Atlanta. Although he missed Wednesday practice that has been the usual plan for Lynch this season.Fantasy Spin:Lynch wasn't even mentioned by coach Pete Carroll while doing his Wednesday injury recap. Lynch has been unstoppable this season and the 132-yard day against Washington in the first round of...
Seattle halfback Marshawn Lynch struggled in Sunday's playoff loss to Atlanta.Fantasy Spin:Lynch had recorded five straight 100-yard games before Sunday's lackluster performance (46 yards and a lost fumble). Despite his struggles, Lynch was able to find the end zone on Sunday. He's now scored at least once in three of his four career playoff games.
Marshawn Lynch took a nasty punch to the groin and seconds later he fumbled against the Falcons. The groin punch was delivered Thomas DeCoud, and it wasn’t necessarily the cause of the fumble, but I’m sure it didn’t help. Either way, you never want to see something like that happen, to anyone. [@CJZero] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Running back Marshawn Lynch is active for today's game at Atlanta.
Lynch had been nursing a foot ailment through the week, but was never in jeopardy of missing the game while listed as probable on the injury report. Expect a regular workload for Seattles stud running back.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was held out of practice the last couple of days but was back on Friday practicing with the team on a limited basis.
Coach Pete Carroll told reporters Lynch has a sprained foot and is listed as probable, but he will play on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.
Today the NFL announced its all pro team, and although it was great to see some guys get the recognition they deserve some guys got completely disrespected. It was good to see Marshawn Lynch get first team honors. He is a big reason Seattle is still fighting in the playoffs and stand a chance to make a real run. Peyton Manning, Adrian Peterson, Calvin Johnson, and J.J. Watt were...
The Associated Press 2012 NFL All-Pro team selected by a national panel of 50 media members:
Quarterback-Peyton Manning, Denver.
Running Backs-Adrian Peterson, Minnesota; Marshawn Lynch, Seattle.
Fullback-Vonta Leach, Baltimore.
Tight End-Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta.
Wide Receivers-Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Brandon Marshall, Chicago.
Tackles-Duane Brown, Houston...