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BEST OF MAXIM
Marshawn Lynch lays beneath a pile of defenders. It’s one of the drawbacks of fighting so hard for extra yards. The extra time allows more defenders to come over and add to the pile. Lynch doesn’t mind though. He takes pride in getting every possible inch. He smiles a bit as the last defender finally moves and allows him to get up, and he turns to rejoin his teammates in the...
This seems particularly appropriate given the volume of questions I've received this week regarding Marshawn Lynch's health. There is a formula for these questions that betrays them as Fantasy Football oriented. First, is the gratuitous compliment about my coverage. It's something like this, "Love your blog," and it's coming from someone in Amarillo, Texas...
Ever been trying to enjoy an NFL game with a group of friends, but one of them won’t shut up about how he needs a certain player to succeed/fail so he can win his fantasy football game that week?
Everyone knows that guy. Everyone hates that guy. And so too, according to this video, does Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
A tip of the hat to Danny O’Neil of the...
Seahawks blogger Brett points out running backs get hurt and miss games due to injury. A back-up needs to be able to step into the game in place of the starter. The Seahawks need to fill the backup running back position if they want to be able to run the ball without Marshawn Lynch in the line up. Justin Forsett and Leon Washington aren't cutting it.
On the injury front, Tarvaris Jackson, Zach Miller, Marshawn Lynch and Max Unger all participated in Wednesday morning walkthroughs. Carroll made it sound as if all of them had good chances of getting back by game time. “We’ll work to bring him back,” he said of Jackson. And of Lynch: “I think he’s gonna be fine for this game.” Charlie Whitehurst also will get work at...
RENTON -- Running back Marshawn Lynch is returning to practice, and expected to be available for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson will resume practicing with the first-unit offense, too, but his status will be more limited. Same for tight end Zach Miller and center Max Unger.
"We're getting some guys coming back that maybe could help us...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, tight end Zach Miller and center Max Unger all returned to practice Wednesday. Coach Pete Carroll said quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst would split reps in practice.
I wrote in my story today about the Seattle Seahawks offense coughing and sputtering on Sunday against Cleveland. Plenty of that had to do with the offense missing four starters. But besides Tarvaris Jackson being out, the most critical element missing in my opinion was Marshawn Lynch. The Seahawks do not have another physical runner like Lynch on the roster, something head coach...
Jackson, Miller, Lynch, Unger limited for Seahawks
div<div class="entry-summary>(AP) — Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was one of four starters who were limited in practice for the Seattle Seahawks, raising the possibility Jackson may miss a second straight game with a pectoral strain.
Jackson, running back Marshawn Lynch (back), center Max Unger (foot...
(AP) — Already thin at cornerback, Seattle has lost second-year starter Walter Thurmond to a broken fibula and serious ankle injury.
Coach Pete Carroll is unsure whether quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), running back Marshawn Lynch (back spasms) or tight end Zach Miller (concussion) will be able to return this week against Cincinnati.