Retired running back Marshawn Lynch, here visiting on the sidelines with his former teammates during the Seahawks’ win over Carolina in December, has a long way to go and many steps to take before he makes good on his interest to play this year for his hometown Oakland Raiders.
Retired running back Marshawn Lynch, here visiting on the sidelines with his former teammates during the Seahawks’ win over Carolina in December, has a long way to go and many steps to take before he makes good on his interest to play this year for his hometown Oakland Raiders. Ted S. Warren AP
Retired running back Marshawn Lynch, here visiting on the sidelines with his former teammates during the Seahawks’ win over Carolina in December, has a long way to go and many steps to take before he makes good on his interest to play this year for his hometown Oakland Raiders. Ted S. Warren AP
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April 05, 2017 4:43 PM

Seahawks GM John Schneider’s “had dialogue” with Oakland’s GM about Marshawn Lynch returning--as a Raider

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