Does Marshawn Lynch want out of Buffalo?
2009 was not the best of years for Marshawn Lynch.
The season started with a three-game suspension for an arrest and subsequent guilty plea to a weapons charge. The veteran running back followed that up by losing his starting job to Fred Jackson midway through the season.
All in all, Lynch rushed for a career-low 450 yards and two touchdowns in just six starts for the Bills in 2009.
So it comes as no surprise that the troubled running back may want out of Buffalo.
Per a report from Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News, the word around the Bills locker room is that the 23-year-old Lynch wouldn’t be upset if he was traded to another team.
Sure, Lynch is a talented, dual-threat running back with only 41 career games under his belt. We all know that this guy has the ability to make plays on Sunday.
But with a draft class stocked with a wide variety of skilled rushers, which NFL team is going to want to trade with the Bills for a guy who can’t stay out of trouble and who wasn’t talented enough to start for a team that scored just six rushing touchdowns in 2009?
Or more importantly, how high of an offer will it take to be worth it for the Bills?
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