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Marshawn Lynch sat at his locker on Wednesday as Seattle's star running back talked for the first time since the start of training camp.
The Seahawks hope Lynch is on his feet and on the field come Sunday in the season opener at Arizona and not just a spectator on the bench.
''The goal is to (play). But I stay ready,'' Lynch said. ''So if I do, I do, and if I don't, I don't.''
Lynch is a bit of a question mark going into Sunday's game with a sore back that has kept him out of the last two preseason games and most of practice during that stretch. Back spasms popped up following Seattle's exhibition win at Denver on Aug. 18 and, while he's receiving treatment, the problem still exists.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the team will take a day-to-day approach with Lynch for the rest of this week. Lynch went through the team's walkthrough on Wednesday morning but was limited in practice.
''We really won't know u...
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The Seattle Seahawks are not sure whether running back Marshawn Lynch will be able to play in Sunday's regular-season opener against the Cardinals because he has had back spasms, ESPN.com reported. Lynch did not practice Monday and has not played since the second week of the preseason. Lynch rushed for 1,204 yards last season, when he started 15 games for Seattle. The one...
Marshawn Lynch participated in a limited capacity in practice on Thursday, but remains a question mark to play week one against the Cardinals.
According to Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, “while he was limited and didn’t take part in the whole workout, it was the first time he took part in a practice since Seattle’s second exhibition game, which was Aug. 18 in Denver.”...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been dealing with back spasms. There’s a chance he may not play this week against the Cardinals.
Seattle RB Marshawn Lynch has experienced back spasms and team is uncertain whether he’ll be able to play Sunday vs. Arizona.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 4, 2012...
According to Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times, it doesn’t look like the NFL will be suspending Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for being arrested in the offseason for DUI.
“It appears increasing unlikely that he would be suspended.
“Generally, if a player is going to be suspended for an upcoming game, the league tries to notify the team by Monday or Tuesday. There...
Seattle halfback Marshawn Lynch (back) returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday, according to the Tacoma News Tribune.Fantasy Spin:There's really no way of predicting whether Lynch will be available Sunday. Even if he doesn't have back spasms for a few days the spasms could always return prior to Sunday's game. Lynch owners should be ready to plug in another option...
The Seattle Seahawks could possibly be without Marshawn Lynch for Sundays season opener at the Arizona Cardinals.
The running back has been experiencing issues with back spasms, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, and his status remains up in the air at this point.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has experienced back spasms and the team is uncertain if he'll play Sunday.Fantasy Spin:It's looking like Lynch is going to carry a questionable tag Sunday and he may even wind up being a game-time decision.
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has been suffering back spasms this preseason and his status is uncertain for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. If Lynch is unable to go, rookie RB Robert Turbin will start in his place according to 710 ESPN Seattle. In deeper leagues, Turbin is worth owning this season.
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Arizona Cardinals running back Beanie Wells was added to the injury report Friday with a hamstring injury. Wells was limited in Friday's practice but told reporters he expects to play in Sunday's opener in Glendale, Ariz., against the Seahawks. Second-year back Ryan Williams would start in Wells' place if he's unable to play. Seattle has a running back question...
Seattle Seahawks rookie Robert Turbin may be forced into a starting role for his NFL debut as Marshawn Lynch is reportedly questionable for their opener against the Cardinals.
Turbin may start on Sunday
The Seahawks also have Leon Washington and Kregg Lumpkin on the roster, but Tubrin would be the best fit in terms of replacing Lynch. He’s a physical runner with a similar build...
Seahawks press conference notes from today. From Liz Mathews (710) and Curtis Crabtree (KJR) on Twitter.
Golden Tate OUT on Sunday. Marshawn Lynch practiced today is a gametime decision, listed as questionable, DB Byron Maxwell is doubtful, DE Greg Scruggs won't play, James Carpenter is also out.
Per John Boyle on Twitter (@johnpboyle) Seahawks captains voted by teammates Offense...