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Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th141.8 (3rd)236.9 (20th)
Defense2nd81.5 (1st)210.2 (2nd)

Schedule

Sun Sep 13
L 34 - 31at STL
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Sun Sep 20
L 27 - 17at GB
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Sun Sep 27
W 26 - 0CHI
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Mon Oct 5
W 13 - 10DET
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Sun Oct 11
L 27 - 24at CIN
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Sun Oct 18
L 27 - 23CAR
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Thu Oct 22
W 20 - 3at SF
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Sun Nov 1
W 13 - 12at DAL
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Sun Nov 15
L 39 - 32ARI
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Sun Nov 22
W 29 - 13SF
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Sun Nov 29
W 39 - 30PIT
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Sun Dec 6
W 38 - 7at MIN
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Sun Dec 13
W 35 - 6at BAL
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Sun Dec 20
W 30 - 13CLE
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Sun Dec 27
L 23 - 17STL
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Sun Jan 3
W 36 - 6at ARI
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Sun Jan 10
W 10 - 9at MIN
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Sun Jan 17
L 31 - 24at CAR
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Standings

NFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Arizona13-3-04-2-0
Seattle10-6-03-3-0
Los Angeles7-9-04-2-0
San Francisco5-11-01-5-0
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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch: Expected to retire
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Marshawn Lynch 's agent confirmed with the Associated Press on Monday that the running back intends to retire, Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.com reports.

Every leak over the last two days has pointed to Lynch calling it a career, from Adam Schefter of ESPN stating Sunday that the RB has shared his thought process with teammates, Lynch himself tweeting a 'peace' emoji and a picture of green cleats hanging from a nail during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl 50, and the Seattle Seahawks ' official site acknowledging the announcement shortly thereafter. The comments from Lynch's agent appear to be the cherry on top of the sundae, but the media-shy enigma will likely hold a press conference at some point to clear the final hurdle to retirement.

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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch: Suggests that he will retire
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Marshawn Lynch suggested on his twitter account that he plans to retire this offseason.

Lynch tweeted a hand making the 'peace' symbol, accompanied by a picture of green cleats hanging from a nail. Given the timing of his announcement -- during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl -- there's perhaps some chance that Lynch is just messing with the media. However, it seems far more likely that he really does intend to retire, as there have been rumors to that effect since the end of Seattle's season.

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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch: Intends to retire
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Marshawn Lynch has shared his intention to retire with both teammates and some within the Seattle Seahawks ' organization.

Lynch had been a model of reliability during his time in Seattle, playing in 85 of 86 games between his arrival in 2010 and last year's Super Bowl. However, the additional reps taken on due to successive deep playoff runs appeared to take a toll in 2015, as he suffered through a hamstring injury early and abdominal surgery that combined to hold him out of nine regular season contests. After staying home during the Seahawks' wild-card win at Minnesota, he returned for the divisional round in Carolina but managed only six carries for 20 yards and two receptions for 15 yards. If he decides to hang up the cleats and tinted visor, he'll conclude his career with 9,122 rushing yards, 1,979 receiving yards, and 83 touchdowns (74 on the ground) in 127 games between the Seahawks and Bills.

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Seahawks' Thomas Rawls: Expects to be healthy by training camp
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Rawls (ankle) expects to return to full health in time for training camp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Rawls' season came to an abrupt end in Week 14, when he sustained a broken ankle, but not before notching 147 carries for 830 yards, nine receptions (on 11 targets) for 76 yards, and five touchdowns. He was afforded seven starts with Marshawn Lynch on the mend often, powering his breakout with four 100-yard performances. Still in the early stages of his recovery, Rawls requires a scooter to move about, as his foot remains in a cast. With Lynch's future with the Seahawks, let alone football, up in the air, Rawls may have a starting gig locked up in the not-too-distant future.

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