As reported on Monday, newly acquired Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy has cashed in for a total of $55,000 for weighing in under 255 pounds. This was all part an incentive put within Lacy’s contract, as multiple of these similar milestones have been placed upon the veteran throughout the year. In fact, in the
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According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo, Marshawn Lynch intends to join the Oakland Raiders on a one-year deal, pending a physical. While he technically was still under contract with the Seahawks, the two franchises agreed on a late-round 2018 draft pick, in exchange for Lynch’s services. The deal will reportedly be worth
One of the hardest things to do in sports is making it to the highest level of their sport, respectively. The percentage of minor league ballplayers that make it to the Major Leagues is an abysmal 0.5%, while the amount of NCAA football players that make it to the NFL is just a slightly better
According to Michael Silver, the Oakland Raiders and veteran running back Marshawn Lynch have come to an agreement for Lynch to return to play in the 2017-18 NFL season. The running back is currently under contract with the Seattle Seahawks, so there are a few apparent obstacles to overcome before this deal can become official.
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As the regular season is coming to a close, a lot of teams within the NFC are getting hot. With that, it’s important that we recognize which teams may have short-lived dreams this season, and which franchises could go all the way Here are the top three biggest threats to represent the NFC in the
27 year old WR Percy Harvin has retired from the NFL, Harvin entered the leauge in 2009 as a first round pick for the Minnesota Vikings and won offensive rookie of the year. In 2013, he won Super Bowl 48 over Peyton Manning’s Broncos with the Seattle Seahawks in a blowout score of 43-8 with
Reported by Adam Schefter, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has told people close to him that he plans on retiring this offseason. The Seahawks are coming off a hard fought loss in the NFC Championship game, losing to the Carolina Panthers. In seven games this season, Lynch rushed for 417 yards, 3 touchdowns, in
According to Seahawks general manager John Schneider, on Friday, he stated that he believes that Marshawn Lynch “is leaning towards retirement”. Could this really be happening? It seems to be a lot more realistic than people think. Lynch’s 2015 season was full of injuries, keeping him off the field for nine games this past season.