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According to Seahawks GM John Schneider, Marshawn Lynch is likely "leaning towards retirement."
The Seahawks face an offseason of questions. Cut Beast Mode? Pay Kam Chancellor and Michael Bennett? Re-sign Bruce Irvin or Russell Okung? Here's a look at what's next.
Marshawn Lynch is active for the Seahawks on Sunday against the Panthers.
Lynch was also a full participant last week, though, so don't get your Beast Mode hopes up.
Can the Tom Brady's line hold off the Chiefs? Can Green Bay's DBs slow Arizona's aerial attack? Who wins Greg Olsen vs. Kam Chancellor? Or Chris Harris vs. Antonio Brown?
The Seahawks are a scary playoff team after surviving the frigid temperatures in Minnesota.
Lynch had been expected to suit up this weekend but in a surprising move, the Seahawks star will not play.
With the Vikings looming, Marshawn Lynch returned to the Seahawks' practice facility. Beast Mode hasn't played since Nov. 15.
Lynch has been out since late November with a sports hernia but is working his way back into shape at a San Francisco gym.
It doesn't get much bigger than Week 16, in terms of games with playoff implications and positioning. The Pats and Panthers can secure No. 1 seeds with wins.

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