Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Legend Marshawn Lynch To Join Amazon's 'Thursday Night Football' – Seahawks.com

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Good afternoon, 12s. Here’s a look at what’s out there today — Wednesday, October 12 — about your Seattle Seahawks.
Marshawn Lynch Joins Amazon’s Thursday Night Football Broadcast
Seahawks Legend Marshawn Lynch has given the NFL plenty, from one-liners, to charitable acts, to plenty of touchdowns. Now the man that spent eight seasons bruising defenders in a Seahawks jersey is taking his talents to Amazon’s ‘Thursday Night Football’ broadcast team.
Ahead of this week’s Thursday Night Football broadcast of the Washington Commanders vs the Chicago Bears, Lynch will be taking special part in the broadcast.
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Over the years, we’ve been treated to plenty of comedic gold from the man under the helmet, from Lynch’s comments to the media to commercials and television appearances.
Seahawks Legend Marshawn Lynch co-stars with Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning in this hilarious NFL spot:
Marshawn Lynch and Peyton Manning together is comedy gold 😂🔥

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Now, Lynch reunites with former Seahawks Legend Richard Sherman to bring their extensive football insight and great personalities to television.
But unlike Sherman, Lynch won’t be in the booth, but rather doing special pre-game features in hosting cities of Thursday Night Football.
In his career, Lynch rushed for over 10,000 yards, accumulating 85 rushing touchdowns and a nomination to the NFL All 2010s Decade team. Make sure you tune in to Amazon Thursday early to not miss what Beastmode has in store.
NFL Insider Brian Baldinger with a statement: Seahawks Tariq Woolen for Defensive Rookie of the Year.
.@Seahawks @_Tariqwoolen is a serious candidate for DROY. Has locked down the RCB position in Seattle since day 1! Runs like the wind Fluid. Ball Skills. Instincts. It’s all there! #BaldysBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/a6DFcpE6wQ
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic: The Seahawks will have no choice but to keep quarterback Geno Smith longterm.
Michael Bumpus of Seattle Sports 710AM: How the Seattle Seahawks’ offense has evolved 
Bri Amaranthus of Sports Illustrated: Seattle Seahawks rising up NFL Power Rankings.
Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from Week 5 vs. the New Orleans Saints on October 9, 2022 at Caesars Superdome. Eye On The Hawks is presented by Western Washington Toyota Dealers.
On Saturday, players walk through the hotel to buses waiting to take them to their Saturday walkthru. From left are Jordyn Brooks, Uchenna Nwosu and Christian Jones.
Safety Ryan Neal supports the Seattle Mariners and wears their cap on Friday as the Seahawks flew to New Orleans while the baseball team opened the playoffs in Toronto.
Seahawks players board the Delta charter flight to New Orleans.
Seahawks players deplane after arriving in New Orleans late Friday evening.
Members of the equipment staff load equipment from the belly of the plane into trucks that will take the Seahawks gear to the stadium for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints.
Safety Ryan Neal points up to the light ring in the Caesars Superdome as he and cornerback Michael Jackson examine the stadium on the team’s Saturday visit.
On Sunday monring, safety Josh Jones is greeted by members of the coaching staff on the way to breakfast in the team’s meal room.
Linebacker Josh Onujiogu supports the Mariners as he walks to the buses the day after the Mariners won their wild-card round series over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Quarterback Geno Smith walks to the bus.
Geno Smith warms up near midfield in the Caesars Superdome. Hours later, Smith would launch a touchdown strike to Tyler Lockett from nearly the same spot on the field.
Seahawks president Chuck Arnold signs a Seahawks Crucial Catch flag before the game. During the month of October, the NFL amplifies it’s misson to fight cancer through early detection and risk reduction.
Seahawks fans had a message for quarterback Geno Smith, echoing his statement from earlier in the season.
Seahawks offensive lineman Stone Forsythe prepares in the locker room.
Members of the equipment staff Dan Cramer and Austin Bui help Stone Forsythe don his shoulder pads in the locker room.
Linebackers coach John Glenn reviews notes in the cramped visitors locker room.
A fan takes a photo with Seahawks legend K.J. Wright on the sideline before the game.
Running backs Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Walker III talk on the field during pregame.
Defensive linemen including from left, Quinton Jefferson, Shelby Harris and Bryan Mone go through their pregame warmups.
The NFL Crucial Catch sticker is visible on the back of linebacker Jordyn Brooks’s helmet.
Quarterback Geno Smith hands off to running back Rashaad Penny during the final phase of pregame warmups.
Cornerback Michael Jackson focuses in the locker room in the quiet moments before the team heads to the field.
Seattle’s Quinton Jefferson wore cleats with the number of Seattle Mariners Hall-of-Famer Ken Griffey, Jr.
Seahawks offensive linemen wait to leave the locker room for kickoff.
Seahawks captains Al Woods, Nick Bellore and Quandre Diggs (not shown) watch the opening coin toss.
Defensive tackle Al Woods drags down New Orleans’ Taysom Hill.
Cornerback Coby Bryant breaks up a pass early in the game.
Seattle’s DK Metcalf turns and looks for the end zone on this reception from Geno Smith that resulted in a touchdown.
Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III picks up the blitz at left and quarterback Geno Smith launches a touchdown strike to DK Metcalf.
Seahawks defensive coordinator Clint Hurtt consults with head coach Pete Carroll on the sidelines.
Seattle’s Coby Bryant jars the football loose on a tackle by Ryan Neal.
Seattle’s Tariq Woolen scoops up a fumble caused by teammate Coby Bryant (8) as the defense scrambles towards the loose ball.
Seattle’s Tyler Lockett catches the first of two touchdown passes from Geno Smith.
Seattle defenders fly in to make a tackle.
Offensive line coach Andy Dickerson gives instructions on the sidelines.
Seahawks celebrate Tariq Woolen’s interception.
Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett catches his second touchdown from Geno Smith.
Tyler Lockett falls into the end zone with his second touchdown of the game.
Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III heads to the end zone on a 69-yard run as Tyler Lockett begins the celebration behind him.
Seattle’s Kenneth Walker III leaves all defenders in the dust on his 69-yard rushing touchdown in the Superdome.
After the game, Pete Carroll addresed the team in the locker room.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll takes on a serious tone when asked about the injury to running back Rashaad Penny in his post game press conference.
Seahawks rookie cornerback Tariq Woolen comes in at No. 6 on ESPN’s Top-10 rookie performers list for the first five weeks of the 2022 NFL season.
Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith was named Pro Football Focus’ offensive Player of the Week for Week 5
Local and national media react to the Seattle Seahawks’ 39-32 defeat to the New Orleans Saints in Week 5.
Seahawks legend K.J. Wright to be honored as an SEC Legend following illustrious career at Mississippi State and in the NFL.
Seahawks Legend Sidney Rice is testing the waters in the wine industry in his latest post-game life venture.
Seahawks rookie tackle Abraham Lucas earns praise for his play following Seattle’s Week 4 win over the Lions.
Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith and rookie cornerback Tariq Woolen earn several honors from Pro Football Focus for performances in Seattle’s Week 4 win over the Detroit Lions.
Both local and national media react to the Seattle Seahawks’ 48-45 win over the Detroit Lions in Week 4.
Seahawks wideout Tyler Lockett and Legend Doug Baldwin rank high on ESPN’s new Receiver Tracking Metrics.
The Athletic ranks the top Super Bowl champion teams of the last 20 years, with the 2013 Seahawks tied for the top spot.
Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith continues to rise statistically as Week 4 approaches
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