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It's no secret that the relationship between the Seattle Seahawks and Marshawn Lynch is a shaky one.
Despite his high level of production and the teams back to back Super bowl appearances, it seems as if the Seahawks and Lynch struggle to get on the same page. This year was Lynch's worst in the past five years are he was hurt for the majority of the season.
With the Seahawks loss this week in the playoffs, do you think they will move on from Lynch in the off-season?
Lynch turns 30 in April and missed nine regular-season games due to a number of injuries.
He carries a cap hit of $11.5 million in 2016, and the team can get $6.5 million back if it parts ways with Lynch. Coach Pete Carroll was vague Monday when asked for his gut feeling about whether running back Marshawn Lynch will be back.
"I don’t know how that’s going to go," Carroll said. "I don’t know how any of these guys are going to go right now. I don’t know."

Is It Time For The Seahawks And Marshawn Lynch To Part Ways?

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He is going to Oakland. Plain and simple. I will miss seeing 6 defeders being drug down the field by a gold cleated monster carrying a football, but I am truly happy that he got the ring he deserved.
@kyleberke yeah Shaun Alexander was amazing for that period he was with the Seahawks, very good speed.. with that being said Lynch sets the tone for everything they do.. I agree that he's not exciting but he was very effective lol
@evanyannetti I agree, I think the Seahawks will let him go and regret it, because he has a lot of good football left in him
@shagnasty360 Oakland would be an interesting spot.. don't they have a young running back on deck? I think a spot like Cle, Ten, or even the Giants could really use him. He could really change the culture of those two teams, and the Browns have Hue Jackson coaching now so I expect a change in things soon
looks like news has dropped that Lynch may retire before coming back to Seattle.. sheesh