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The Beast is back
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has returned to the team's practice facilities following weeks of rehabilitating following surgery for a sports hernia.
Tough news to stomach
On the bright side, undrafted free agent Thomas Rawls had a banner day Sunday, rushing for 209 yards in place of injured running back Marshawn Lynch in the Seahawks' 29-13 win over San Francisco.
The bad news?
He deserved a break
The Seahawks took on the Dallas Cowboys most recently and had a pretty good win. It seems only fitting that the reward should be a McDonald's cheeseburger. Maybe that is what Seahawks star running back was thinking.
Speech Mode?
Seattle Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch has made as much of a name for himself off the field by refusing to speak to reporters as he has on the field by breaking ridiculous runs when he goes into "Beast Mode."
What, me worry?
While many football fans, including those who do not root for the Seattle Seahawks, are still in disbelief over the play selection that ultimately ended Super Bowl 49 this past February, one person has most definitely moved on from the disastrous ending that many believe to be the worst play call in…
Fish? No way
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who's in the market for a custom fish tank for his home, appears in a new season five episode of "Animal Planet." The guys on "Animal Planet's" "Tanked," Wade and Bret, kept trying to get hi…
The 'Beast Mode' video
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, via his Facebook and Twitter feeds, has released a sneak peek in to the new Ludacris music video entitled "Beast Mode."
Hawk fans do the shuffle
Owens Harley-Davidson on North First Street Yakima was rolling Saturday with the spirit of the 12th Man. The hundreds who showed up were all dressed crazy and showing their true Seattle Seahawks spirit!

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