Marshawn Lynch has flirted with retirement before and Seahawks general manager John Schneider beleives the running back may opt to walk away from football.
Schneider believes 29-year-old is “leaning towards retirement” after the least productive season of his career. Lynch dealt with injuries this season as he was limited to just seven regular season games and a playoff outing. His 3.8 yards per carry were the lowest since 2010 – his first season with the Seahawks.
John Schneider on ESPN Seattle on Marshawn Lynch: "I'm under the impression he is leaning towards retirement.''
— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) January 22, 2016
About to hit 30 there does not figure to be a huge market for Lynch should the Seahawks release him and he opt for work elsewhere.