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Marshawn Lynch: 'I feel like a became a pro this year'By Joshua Mayers | The Seattle TimesRENTON -- There are millions of things to discuss as Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks talk about a new contract. After all, he isn't going to be paid in Skittles.There's one overriding reason to think something will get done, though: the franchise tag.No player generally wants that, per se. That is especially true for running backs given their shelf life and the possibility of injury.For Seattle, it's a trump card of sorts in the negotiation, and for Lynch's side, it complicates the negotiation. He can't necessarily wait and see what he'll get on the open market because the Seahawks can always block him from truly getting there.That's a fact that makes the contract that Deangelo Williams signed with Carolina earlier this year -- a five-year deal worth $43 million with more than $20 million guarantees -- not as applicable. Seattle can simply say that deal is an...
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RENTON -- Sweet?You could say that. The cleats Marshawn Lynch wore on Saturday, a customized version of the Nike Vapor Talon Elite.The shoes were given to Lynch, but they weren't free.Not when you consider he was fined $10,000 by the league for violating the league's uniform policy. A league spokesman confirmed the fine, saying the higher amount was due to it being a second...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $10,000 for wearing Skittles-themed cleats during the team's last game, The Seattle Times reported Friday.
Lynch violated the NFL's dress code by lacing up the Nike cleats emblazoned with images of the colorful candies during Seattle's 19-17 loss to San Francisco on Saturday.
The Seahawks' leading rusher...
After some of the top sports blogs in the whole damn world revealed that following every touchdown Marshawn Lynch eats Skittles as a celebratory snack, the folks over at Nike decided to capitalize on the news, creating a special pair of cleats for Lynch. Careful not to infringe on the Skittles trademark, these Skittles Nikes are dope. Yummo![Seattle Post-Intelligencer]
If you notice Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's shoes seem especially colorful from now on, that might be because he's wearing Skittles on his feet.
Lynch's Skittles habit (a handful after every touchdown) is well known to football fans, and now Nike is getting some publicity by designing a pair of shoes featuring the fruit-flavored candy -- made special just for...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $10,000
for wearing Skittles-themed cleats during the team's last game, The
Seattle Times reported Friday.
Seahawks running back says better preparation and listening to teammates, not eating Skittles, was the key to his breakout season.
Week 16 NFL's bad boys. The Seahawks Edition
Mike Sando over at ESPN's NFC West blog is reporting Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman are the guilty parties this week in terms of fines from the NFL. (NO fun league)
Seahawks' Richard Sherman was fined $15k for his horse collar tackle vs the 49ers Frank Gore.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $10k for...
On the heels of Marshawn Lynch being fined $10,000 over his Skittles inspired cleats he wore last week, New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker is being fined $10,000 for wearing an unauthorized hat. A hat he's been wearing after games and during interviews all season.
Wes Welker was fined $10,000 by the league for wearing an "unauthorized hat during his postgame...
It was a somewhat exciting year for Seattle Seahawk fans across the globe. Here’s a look at Seattle’s top 5 stories of the year.
Playoff appearance at 7-9
On January 2nd the Seahawks knocked off the St. Louis Rams 16-6 to finish the year at 7-9. This sent them home on a positive note at least, as they start to get ready for next year. NOT. With the win, Seattle was able to take...
With the Pro Bowl list announced on Tuesday, the annual flood of most-snubbed lists and overall critiques of the selections have followed. So of course, I’ve selected a few for your perusal. Michael Lombardi of NFL.com lists Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch and Brandon Mebane as potential players who should have been on the list. Elliott Harrison at NFL.com lists Green Bay’s B.J...