Could Marshawn Lynch interest Seahawks now?
If the Seattle Seahawks are in the market for a bigger back now that they pulled the plug on the LenDale White experiment after one month, perhaps they could rekindle interest in Marshawn Lynch.
Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News reports that the Seahawks explored that option prior to the draft but the Bills’ asking price for a second-round draft pick was prohibitive. Seattle wound up getting White from the Tennessee Titans without paying much. Maybe the Bills' price has come down since Buffalo used a first-round draft pick on Clemson’s C.J. Spiller. The Bills can pair Spiller with Fred Jackson and quickly there will not be any room for Lynch.
Wilson reports that the Bills are poised to move on without Lynch, who has not volunteered for any portions of the voluntary offseason program. There is a new coaching staff in place in Buffalo and it has no investment in Lynch. If Lynch doesn’t want to be there and if the Bills can get a decent draft pick in return, why not ship him out? Obviously, the Seahawks would be unlikely to pay anything close to a second-round pick for Lynch.
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