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A marijuana possession charge against Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill was dropped Monday after he passed a drug test, The Tacoma News Tribune reported.
Hill was arrested Feb. 25 in Atlanta after police received a complaint of a suspicious smell coming from his condo.
According to the police report, officers obtained a search warrant and after going inside found what they suspected were partially-smoked marijuana "blunts" in plain sight.
Hill, 29, and his girlfriend were arrested on a charge of possessing less than an ounce of marijuana. Both were cleared Monday after a urine test showed they had not used the drug.
"This morning the charges against Leroy Hill Jr. were completely dismissed because he was innocent of having any knowledge that trace amounts of marijuana were in his apartment," his attorney, Edward T. M. Garland said.
"He took a urine test immediately following his arrest and it showed that he was negative for any drugs in his system,...
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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch had to find someway to blow part of his new four-year, $31 million contract. And if the four year deal wasn't a sign of a commitment to the Seahawks, his new purchase definitely is. The Pro Bowl running back had some jewelry made for his mouth - a custom-made Seahawks grill. The Seahawks grill will be Lynch's "go-to grill...
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The Seahawks have reportedly agreed to a four-year, $31 million deal with running back Marshawn Lynch that includes $18 million guaranteed.
Sunday night Marshawn Lynch signed a four-year, $31 million contract, $18 million guaranteed, with the Seattle Seahawks.
This news came shortly after rumors surfaced that the team would not hesitate to apply the franchise tag if the two parties failed to agree upon a long-term contract.
Lynch rushed for 1,204 yards and 12 touchdowns in the 2011 season.
These numbers helped to...
One likely loses a job in a pot-related bust, and now another loses not only a truckload of money, but … well, his truck, too.
It seems only Marshawn Lynch is enjoying life in Seattle these days.
TMZ has learned that Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons will surrender $500,000 and a Land Rover as a result of divorcing his wife, Veranetta.
Veranetta originally filed for divorce...
The Seattle Seahawks and Running Back Marshawn Lynch agreed on a four-year contract extension that will pay Lynch $32 million with $18 million in guarantees.
Lynch was one of the biggest surprises in Fantasy Football last season, scoring a Touchdown in 11 straight games. Lynch should get plenty of carries again in 2012, making him a solid RB2 in most Fantasy formats.
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch just signed a new contract with the franchise for a whole lot of skittles money. The four-year deal keeps Lynch in Seattle for 4-years and is worth $31 million with $18 million of that guaranteed. Lynch is coming off of his best season as an NFL pro. He rushed for 1,204 yards [...]
Two days ago, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch signed a four-year deal to stay in Seattle and decided to use some of that cash to buy a grill.
Now, we're not talking about a barbecue but the jewelry teeth worn by many famous rappers such as Paul Wall and Lil Jon.
Below the folks over at the NOC followed Lynch in his attempt to purchase a Seahawks version...
First reported by the Seattle PI Seahawks blog check out this video of Marshawn Lynch's new goto grill for 2012.
Lynch, who just signed a four-year contract reportedly worth $31 million, said the Seahawks grill will be his “go-to teeth for 2012."
His new supplement is a clip-on device and was made in his hometown of Oakland.
Nice vid from the Network of Champions...
Breaking news reports spreading like wildfire on all media outlets confirms that Marshawn Lynch and the Seattle Seahawks have come to terms on a multi-year deal.
Per Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) The deal is a 4 year, $31 million deal, including $18 guaranteed.
This signing comes on the eve of the Franchise Tag deadline, which the Seahawks were planning on using on Lynch if they couldn...
Two more NFL running backs have earned long-term deals. How do the recent signings of Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch and Houston’s Arian Foster affect Matt Forte’s chances at a new contract?