Here’s a (not very) new Seahawks storyline:
The NFL on Thursday decided to drop its $75,000 fine it was going to impose on Marshawn Lynch for not talking to the national media following January’s NFC championship game provided the Seahawks’ running back “make himself available to reporters now,” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.
Of course, Lynch has shown he has his own way of making himself available to reporters, with blaring rap music at his locker drowning out all else in the days between games then unique ways of conducting interviews in the few recent times he’s done them postgame.
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As always, the only time this agreement will be tested is when a member of the national media visiting the Seahawks’ locker room complains to the league.