Marshawn Lynch has played for the Seahawks for the past four seasons.
Renton, WA (SportsNetwork.com) -
Marshawn Lynch has ended his holdout after a week.
The Seattle Seahawks running back reported to training camp Thursday afternoon despite not receiving any extra money on the four-year extension he signed in 2012, according to reports.
ESPN.com reported Lynch, who had been holding out since the Seahawks started camp last Friday, was expected to receive some financial concessions on the deal. He is in the third year of the four-year, $30 million pact.
Lynch, 28, has played for the Seahawks for the past four seasons, culminating in the franchise's first Super Bowl title in February.
Manziel gives Hoyer his chance
By John McMullen, NFL Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
Pedigree means opportunity in the NFL.
And the undrafted player with four stops in five years who is coming off ACL surgery generally isn't getting a chance to compete against the high-profile rookie with a Heisman Trophy on his resume.
Unless it's in Cleveland.
If you are wondering just how bad Johnny Manziel's first few months as a pro have gone consider this, at least two organizations trying to pump up their own young quarterbacks coined the term "anti-Manziel" to describe them.