Lynch confirms retirement in TV interview

More Sports / Football Jun 7, 2016

Lynch confirms retirement in TV interview

Marshawn Lynch is putting to rest any lingering speculation about a possible return to the NFL in an interview with "60 Minutes Sports." In the interview that is to air Tuesday, Lynch says, "I'm retired. Is that good enough? Which camera do you want me ...

Agent confirms Lynch plans to retire from NFL at 29

More Sports / Football Feb 9, 2016

Agent confirms Lynch plans to retire from NFL at 29

When Marshawn Lynch was brought to Seattle early in the 2010 season, he was acquired because the Seahawks desperately needed a running back. What he ended up providing was an attitude and style that became the foundation for bringing the first Super Bowl title to ...

More Sports / Football Jan 23, 2016

Lynch may be pondering retirement

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch may be "leaning toward retirement," general manager John Schneider said in a pair of radio interviews Friday. Schneider said in separate interviews with KIRO-AM and KJR-AM that he believes Lynch is leaning toward calling it a career after an ...

Seahawks rout 49ers again

More Sports / Football Oct 23, 2015

Seahawks rout 49ers again

No turkey necessary this time, just some high-flying defense and more power running by Marshawn Lynch. The Seattle Seahawks rediscovered their tried-and-true formula to get back in the win column, with Russell Wilson and Co. ruling this one-sided rivalry with San Francisco. On another Thursday night, ...

Lynch signs deal with Seahawks

More Sports / Football Mar 7, 2015

Lynch signs deal with Seahawks

"Beast Mode" is getting paid. Marshawn Lynch is receiving a hefty raise for at least one more season in the Seattle Seahawks backfield. Lynch signed a two-year extension with the Seahawks on Friday that keeps him under contract with Seattle through the 2017 season, but more ...

Carroll stands by call to pass

More Sports / Football Feb 3, 2015

Carroll stands by call to pass

Less than 16 hours later, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was still stunned by the outcome while defending the decision to call a pass from the 1-yard line in the Super Bowl's closing seconds, a choice that will long be debated. So close to another celebration. ...