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According to ProFootballWeekly.com, there’s a really good chance that the Seattle Seahawks will re-sign safety Atari Bigby.
“They like him a lot, the way he handles that nickel safety role like (Giants and former Seahawks S) Deon Grant,” said one team source per PFW. “I don’t see him being paid as a starter elsewhere.”
The Seahawks also like the way Bidgy has mentored the younger players around him and has contributed as a reserve player.
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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.
SEATTLE, March 4—The man that they call “Beast Mode” Marshawn Lynch, has gotten his wish and signed a multiyear contract with the Seattle Seahawks according to the team’s website.
It was thought that Lynch and the team were far apart on a long-term deal and that he would receive the franchise tag in an effort to buy time and keep him in house.
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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...
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...
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 [...]
Marshawn Lynch is staying put in Seattle.
The Seahawks' bulldozing, Skittles-loving running back has agreed to a multiyear deal to keep him in a Seattle uniform coming off the finest season of his NFL career.
Seattle announced the deal Sunday night and was able to avoid having to use the franchise tag on its star running back. Terms of Lynch's deal were not immediately...
Beast mode is back T...
Marshawn Lynch was nuts in 2011 after a disappointing start to his career in Buffalo. The Seahawks signed him to a 4 year 32 million dollar deal with 18 million dollars being guaranteed. He has over 1,100 career carries at only 26, but he is in the prime of his career coming off his best season yet.
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The Seattle Seahawks signed running back Marshawn Lynch to a multi-year contract Sunday.
The team did not disclose terms of the deal, but Jay Glazer reported it was for four years and $31 million, including $17 million guaranteed."We are excited to keep Marshawn as part of what we are building," Seattle general manager John Schneider said in a statement. "This is...
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?