Published: May 30th, 2010 | Tags:
There was talk of the Bills and Seahawks discussing a deal to send RB Marshawn Lynch to Seattle before the draft, but nothing materialized. However, after the Seahawks released LenDale White on Friday, five weeks after they acquired him in a trade with the Titans during the draft, could it be worth revisiting?
The Buffalo News speculates that the Bills, who reportedly demanded a second-round pick for Lynch, could try to unload the running back in a trade with the Seahawks.
Buffalo chose C.J. Spiller in the first round of the draft, and Lynch has yet to participate in any of the team’s offseason activities.
Other news making its way Around the Web on Sunday:
- Dolphins QB Pat White has gained 18 pounds since his first rookie camp, according to the Sun Sentinel. Also, there could be a three-way battle to find a WR to start opposite Brandon Marshall, as coach Tony Sparano told the newspaper that the “next best guy” will line up.
- The Kansas City Star reports that Chiefs defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey, who is entering his third year, could find himself playing nose tackle or some inside/outside combination after struggling to adjust to a move to defensive end last season.
- Ravens wide receiver Mark Clayton has noticed a change in QB Joe Flacco’s on-field demeanor, according to The Baltimore Sun. “He made a comment [on Tuesday] to one of the defensive dudes, and the manner he said it, it was a take-charge attitude.”