Marshawn Lynch 'ready to handle more of a workload,' Seahawks say
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is "ready to handle more of a workload" going forward, coach Pete Carroll said.
He has averaged a paltry 2.3 yards per carry since returning to action in Week 17, while backfield mate Travis Homer has gotten 94 snaps to Lynch's 41.
Lynch scored 10.2 FanDuel points in the Seahawks' win over the Eagles, with the majority of them coming on a 5-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.
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- Drew Brees returning to Saints in 2020 February 18th, 2020
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- Schefter: Seahawks reportedly sign tight end Greg Olsen to one-year contract on Tuesday February 18th, 2020
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