|Week 17 (STL) - Average||20.0||93.0||1.0||2.5||16.0||0||16|
|Week 17 (STL) - Dave Richard||22||85||1||3||21||0||16|
|Week 17 (STL) - Jamey Eisenberg||18||101||1||2||11||0||17|
|2014 Season - Average||270.0||1193.0||9.0||24.0||180.5||1.0||178|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||269||1124||9||20||140||1||169|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||271||1262||9||28||221||1||185|
|Current Player Ranking: 7|
|Red Zone Stats|
|52||132||12|| 64.2||10||6||51||4|| 17.5|
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Marshawn Lynch agrees on deal to return to Seahawks
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(3/6/15) Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has reached agreement on a new contract and is returning to the team, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, citing an unnamed source.
Lynch was scheduled to make $5 million in 2015, with a salary-cap hit of $8.5 million. The team was trying to extend his contract, while Lynch was considering retiring from the NFL.
According to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, Lynch signed the contract extension, through 2017, on Friday night and will get $24 million over two years.
Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, confirmed the signing, saying that the deal came after a long meeting between Hendrickson, owner Paul Allen, GM John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll. He added that he didn't anticipate needed to renegotiate following this season, assuming Lynch chooses to continue playing.
CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora reported that the Seahawks and Lynch had agreed on a new deal nearly two weeks ago.
Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch have in deal place for 2015
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(2/21/15) The Seahawks and running back Marshawn Lynch have a deal in place to bring him back for the 2015 season, according to CBSSports.com NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.
The deal, which is expected to be announced in the coming days, would be worth $12 million in the first year and $9 million in the second.
Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, said there is no deal done, but La Canfora reports the deal is on the table and will result in a signing.
Lynch, who was reportedly considering retirement, ran for 1,306 yards in 2014 on 280 carries with 13 touchdowns.
Report: Seahawks offer RB Marshawn Lynch multi-year deal
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(2/21/15) The Seahawks offered running back Marshawn Lynch a new contract that is worth between $11 million and $12 million in the first year, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The second year of the contract offer is worth $9 million and is potentially a three-year deal. It's unknown if Lynch will accept this offer.
Lynch ran for 1,306 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2014. Lynch, 28, was reportedly said to be considering retirement.
Carroll: Seahawks have had 'big offers' to keep Marshawn Lynch
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/20/15) Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters Friday that he hasn't talked to running back Marshawn Lynch yet, but that Seattle is negotiating "in earnest" to re-sign the running back to a contract extension. According to Will Brinson of CBSSports.com, Carroll revealed that the Seahawks have had "big offers out there" to keep Lynch.
"We've had big offers out there," coach Pete Carroll said, per NFL.com. "We continue to work with that and we're excited about the future. He's been an integral part of our program for five years we love the contributions that he's brought. He's a great character in the program and all of that. So we're excited to move ahead. We'd really like to move with that quickly."
Lynch, 28, is due a base salary of $5 million in 2015, but is also contemplating retirement. He rushed for 1,306 yards, and set career highs in rushing touchdowns (13) and receiving yards (367) in 2014, leading Seattle to back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. General manager John Schneider revealed earlier in the week that he's unsure if Lynch will retire, but would like to get an answer from him soon.
Seahawks GM Schneider: We'd like to get an answer from Lynch soon
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(2/19/15) Although a report from former Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson surfaced recently that running back Marshawn Lynch is considering retirement, general manager John Schneider told reporters during his Thursday combine press conference that he has not received any indications of Lynch hanging it up this offseason, though he noted that it wouldn't shock him.
"I think everybody needs time away -- especially at that position, you know, and the way he runs the ball -- a little time to hit the reset button," Schneider told reporters, per the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. "So I've talked to his people a bunch, his representatives. He knows we want him to play. So yeah, we're going to just wait."
Lynch is due a base salary of $5 million in 2015. He rushed for 1,306 yards, and set career highs in rushing touchdowns (13) and receiving yards (367) in 2014.
Schneider also said he has contacted Lynch's representatives and would like to get an answer from them "soon."
"I've talked to his people a bunch, he knows we want him to play," Schneider said, per the team's official website. "We'd like to know. Like I said, I talked to his people, so they know (that)."
|We'll find out what side of history Marshawn Lynch will be on this season because his heavy workload from 2013 could catch up to him. Lynch had 403 total touches last season, including his playoff stats to help the Seahawks win the Super Bowl, and running backs with 400-plus touches tend to struggle the following year. Lynch was the No. 4 Fantasy running back in standard leagues in 2013 based on his regular-season production. He's easily capable of replicating that performance if he stays healthy and doesn't suffer a breakdown, but we're a little skeptical. Still, Lynch is a tremendous rusher, and his offensive line is fantastic on a run-first team. If you don't buy into the potential breakdown then draft Lynch with a Top 5 pick. But if you're concerned then hold off on Lynch until Round 2, and make sure you cover yourself with his handcuff in either Christine Michael or Robert Turbin depending on who wins the job.
(Updated 6/3/14) |