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Lynch had 16 yards and a touchdown on three carries in Friday's preseason game against the Bears.
Lynch played just one possession, making what might be his only appearance of the preseason. His role is still safe, and the Seahawks should have better injury luck on the offensive line this year.
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Lynch made his preseason debut Friday but played only two snaps.
Lynch, who held out the first week of training camp, likely will see more action in third exhibition game.
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Lynch has been cleared of any involvement in an alleged incident Sunday morning in Seattle, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Lynch was reportedly investigated for assault and personal property damage early this week, but he maintained his innocence throughout, and the authorities ultimately concurred. It seems the incident can safely be placed in the past.
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The Seahawks said Tuesday that allegations of assault and personal property damage against Lynch are "bogus," the Seattle Times reports.
Lynch is being investigated by police for an alleged incident that occurred early Sunday morning. It does not involved domestic violence or sexual assault, however. "While we maintain the utmost respect for the investigative process, after speaking with Marshawn, we are comfortable these accusations are bogus," the Seahawks said in a statement.
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Lynch is being investigated for assault and personal property damage by suburban Seattle police for an alleged incident early Sunday morning, the Seattle Times reports.
The Bellevue Police Department released a statement Monday that said it received an allegation Sunday afternoon about an incident that occurred at 2:30 a.m. in a downtown Bellevue apartment. The statement said investigators are "in the process of gathering the facts of this alleged incident, including verifying whether or not Mr. Lynch was in fact involved. No arrests have been made."
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Lynch could play Friday against the Chargers in Seattle's second exhibition game, the Seattle Times reports.
Lynch was brought along slowly last week after holding out the first week or so of training camp, but coach Pete Carroll said Lynch looks like he's "in great shape." "He's getting a lot closer," Carroll said. "He had a very good practice [Sunday]. We're just trying to do it properly. I really liked the way he got after it. He got stuff in all phases of the practice. Caught some balls well, blocked well, ran the ball real nice ... This is really, I think, the first week he has a chance to really compete and he brought a great attitude."
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Lynch is among the 17 Seahawks slated to sit out Thursday's preseason opener against the Broncos, The Seattle Times reports.
Lynch, who is no stranger to sitting out preseason action, will miss Thursday's opener after showing up to training camp just over a week ago. As such, Lynch is not yet in football shape and reportedly did not make the team trip to Denver. Some notable Seahawks who also won't play Thursday include: Kam Chancellor (hip), Bruce Irvin (hip), Malcolm Smith (ankle), and Bobby Wagner (hamstring).
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Marshawn Lynch has thus far accrued $455,000 in fines for his holdout.
Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 29 Days
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll commented on Marshawn Lynch's holdout Tuesday.
"I love this kid," Carroll said. "I hope he will figure it out and it will all make sense and it will come to a resolution somewhere." Carroll's relatively soft comments suggest the Seahawks may be willing to throw their running back a contract bone, but it almost certainly wouldn't be anything more than a symbolic gesture. Whatever the end game is, we fully expect Lynch to report before Week 1.
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Seahawks placed RB Marshawn Lynch on the Reserve/Did Not Report list.
It's a procedural move and doesn't impact Lynch's status with the team. Lynch is holding out for a raise on his $5.5 million in salary and bonuses this season. He won't count toward Seattle's 90-man roster while on the list and can be activated at any time.