According to a report from Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, the Buffalo Bills would consider offers for running back Marshawn Lynch. Robinson reports sources have told him the Seattle Seahawks have had internal discussions about the possibility of going after the Lynch.
The Bills are reportedly seeking second round compensation in a trade for Lynch. Seattle holds the 28th pick in the second round, the 60th overall pick in the draft.
Like current Seahawks running back Justin Forsett, Lynch played at Cal, so he's familiar with the zone blocking scheme.
Lynch, 23, has twice ran for over 1,000 yards in the league. However, the fourth-year pro was suspended the first three games of the 2009 season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, stemming from a guilty plea for a misdemeanor gun charge.