Marshawn Lynch is reportedly returning to play in the NFL for his hometown Oakland Raiders, pending a physical that will finalize his new contract with his hometown team. The Seahawks will then trade the formerly retired running back to Oakland in a deal that will include a swap of late-round draft choices in 2018.
Marshawn Lynch is reportedly returning to play in the NFL for his hometown Oakland Raiders, pending a physical that will finalize his new contract with his hometown team. The Seahawks will then trade the formerly retired running back to Oakland in a deal that will include a swap of late-round draft choices in 2018. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Marshawn Lynch is reportedly returning to play in the NFL for his hometown Oakland Raiders, pending a physical that will finalize his new contract with his hometown team. The Seahawks will then trade the formerly retired running back to Oakland in a deal that will include a swap of late-round draft choices in 2018. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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Marshawn Lynch un-retires, gets traded from Seahawks to Oakland

April 26, 2017 08:39 AM

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