Found May 03, 2013 on
The Penalty Flag:
The Seattle Seahawks are a run first oriented offense. Honestly, even with their rookie sensation of a QB, there is no reason why they should change that philosophy. Seattle already has a bona fide stud of a running back in Marshawn Lynch. The Beast ran for 1,560 yards and 11 TD’s last season, averaging five yards a carry. But, Lynch is not the only reason why Seattle should remain a run oriented offense... Read more
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According to the News Tribune, the DUI case for Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will go on trial on June 21st.
According to Teresa Drenick, assistant district attorney for the Alameda County District Attorney’s office, Lynch has a May 22 court date for a motion to suppress evidence and a motion to dismiss the case.
Another date to keep in mind is June 21, when the case is...
People are starting to take notice of the absence of running back Marshawn Lynch from phase 2 of the Seattle Seahawks offseason training program. The issues are piling up for Lynch, a DUI last July in which the trail is quickly creeping up after Lynch’s lawyer's were able to postpone it this far. Furthermore, if convicted Lynch could face possible jail time and a suspension...
Paul Allen has more money than most can ever dream of seeing, but he's still susceptible to the same pitfalls plaguing millions of people.
According to KING 5 News, the Seahawks owner had his identity stolen by former solider Brandon Price, who changed the address on Allen's bank account and then told the bank that he had lost his debit card.
After the bank sent him a...
Mike Sando of ESPN.com has a great article up right now that takes a look at the Seahawks recent decision to draft Texas A&M RB Christine Michael in the second-round, and how it could impact the team’s roster moving forward.
According to Sando, RB Marshawn Lynch has $5.5 million base salary along with a $2 million roster bonus coming his way in 2015. He’ll also count ...
According to King5.com, Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen had his identity stolen by a former solider named Brandon Price.
The FBI said former soldier Brandon Price changed the address on Allen’s bank account then told the bank he’d lost his debit card.
The bank sent Price a replacement who then tried to pay off his personal loans and make a $15,000 wire transfer.
Price is set...