Marshawn Lynch to miss second straight game

AP

Marshawn Lynch returned to practice for the Seahawks on Thursday, but his hamstring isn’t ready for him to return to game action when they face the Bengals on Sunday.

The Seahawks have ruled Lynch out for the second straight week, the first time that’s ever happened during his time in Seattle. Thomas Rawls ran 17 times for 48 yards against the Lions last Monday and may be in for an even heavier workload this weekend.

Fred Jackson is listed as questionable with an ankle injury that has kept him out of practice for the last two days. The Seahawks had not completed Friday’s practice before releasing their injury report, so there’s no word on whether Jackson was able to do something during the final session of the week. Rawls is the only other running back on the 53-man roster with Rod Smith available from the practice squad if the Seahawks make a roster move.

Cornerbacks Tharold Simon and Marcus Burley are also out for Seattle while cornerback Tye Smith, defensive end Demarcus Dobbs and linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis are all doubtful.

45 responses to “Marshawn Lynch to miss second straight game

  1. Seahawks put up with Marshawn drama and special treatment thanks to 1200+ yards a year, but if soft tissue injuries accumulate, at his current age and salary, he is unlikely to be retained in 2016.

  2. Remember when the Seahawks were all hungry, young and broke and everyone feared them?

    Yeah

  3. I think Seattle has a good shot against the Bungles this week. Take a look at who Cincinnati has beaten; i don’t think they’ve been thoroughly tested.

    Also, Wilson just spoke with the man upstairs and was assured that Seahawks would win despite Lynch being out.
    All good to give that hammie a rest.

  4. mrwalterisgod says:
    Oct 9, 2015 4:23 PM
    We’re onto Cincinnati.
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    But a mob without a lynch…

  5. Hawks will be fine this season. Probably 11-5 or 10-6. The wins will get us a playoff spot, we will have to go through green bay, I’m not sure that is realistic. But I do know we will still look like a strong competitor year in and year out, much like the packers, steelers, pats, and Broncos.

  6. What’s up with hamstrings derailing players’ seasons? Hamstring pulls are the new broken foot or something – Dez Bryant is gonna end up returning from his broken foot sooner than Alshon Jeffery, Lesean McCoy, Marshawn Lynch, Desean Jackson, and I don’t know who I’m forgetting, from their hamstring pulls.

  7. How did your first round playoff losses work out while the Seahawks were playing in the last two Superbowls? This is going to be a good test for both teams. I expect a very close game.

  8. thevikesarebest says:

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    Ah ha ha ha ha. You just have to read the username to realize how delusional this person is. The Vikings haven’t been in the playoffs for 6 years and have won two playoff games in the last 11 years. Truly the best.

  9. Gotta go with Cincy. The Hawks, at home, needed a gift to squeak by a Lions team that looked horrible for most of the game.

    Unless the playoff Bengals show up.

  10. i thumbs down your comment says:
    Oct 9, 2015 4:32 PM

    I think Seattle has a good shot against the Bungles this week. Take a look at who Cincinnati has beaten; i don’t think they’ve been thoroughly tested.

    Also, Wilson just spoke with the man upstairs and was assured that Seahawks would win despite Lynch being out.
    All good to give that hammie a rest.

    How about who the Hawks have beaten…Chicago and Detroit-a combined 1-7 record. Come on man!

  11. My favorite posts are from those that reference one game and how a team did in that game and base the team as a whole on that. Those of you that do that, please try soccer, its much easier to understand and not so complicated.

  12. i thumbs down your comment says:
    Take a look at who Cincinnati has beaten; i don’t think they’ve been thoroughly tested.
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    Not the most convincing argument. Take a look at who Seattle has beaten, Chicago and Detroit are a combined 1-7. As far as being thoroughly tested goes they gave up 31 to the Rams although no one can ever be faulted for losing to GB at home.

    Looking forward to this one, it should be the most entertaining of the 1:00 games. It will definitely tell us a lot about both teams.

  13. The main difference between the winning Super Bowl season and the following seasons is health. Injuries didn’t hit this team very hard the year they won it all but last season and this season have been rough. The talent is still there, they just can’t stay on the field. Get Jeremy Lane back in the slot and Brandon Mebane maning the middle and this defense will be stellar once again. The offense on the other hand will continue to play well enough to win.

  14. thevikesarebest says:
    Oct 9, 2015 4:32 PM

    “…Btw how did Percy harvin work out again?”
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    He scored a TD to open the second half of the Super Bowl, helping the team get a trophy. The draft pick received for trading him was used in a package to trade up for some kid named Tyler Lockett, who recently won NFC Special Teams Player of the Month.

    Percy worked out quite well, actually.

  15. Looks like the Bengals should win this one big. But things rarely work out as expected in the NFL. If the Seahawks find a way to win on Sunday, the Bengals are back to who we thought they were.

  16. Looks like the Bengals should win this one big. But things rarely work out as expected in the NFL. If the Seahawks find a way to win on Sunday, the Bengals are back to who we thought they were.
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    Nah, if the Bengals drop a game to the Seahawks, they’re 4-1 and still at least a game up on the division.

  17. thevikesarebest says:
    Oct 9, 2015 4:32 PM

    The classless shehawks and their 2012 fans are both gonna be trying to go home early after dis. Bengals 38-10. Btw how did Percy harvin work out again?
    ———————————————————-It worked out pretty good, Seahawks are 1-0 in the superbowl Harvin played in. How many Superbowls did the Vikings win with Percy Harvin?

  18. If not for two extremely incorrect calls this weekend, the Cardinals would be 4-0 and the other NFC West teams all 1-3. Seattle is in trouble with or without Lynch. It’s the Oline.

  19. I dislike the seahawks as much as anyone else but that play by Kam was amazing. If the refs got the call right… the Seahawks would be 1-3 HAHA!

  20. I would love to see the Bengals blow the Seahawks right out of the stadium. But I don’t think they’ve had any really terrible losses since Russell Wilson has been their QB.

  21. If not for two extremely incorrect calls this weekend, the Cardinals would be 4-0 and the other NFC West teams all 1-3. Seattle is in trouble with or without Lynch. It’s the Oline.

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    That’s the NFL every year it’s always if this didn’t happen or that didn’t happen then this would have happened or that would have happened. I can tell you this at the end of the season it is what it is. The champions persevere through everything to be there at the end.

    Good Luck

  22. As a Pats fan I am pulling for the Seahawks. This will be a good test for Andy Dalton and the Bengals offense. I am looking forward to this game.

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