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Bound for key role?
Offer from Seahawks irresistible
Signs deal with FOX
Legal case has additional twists
The attorney for Dunbar, who pleaded not guilty to four charges stemming from a May 13 incident and is currently free on bail, vehemently denies he bribed the alleged victims in the case to recant their original statements to police, ESPN.com reports.
Headed for breakout sophomore year?
Continues controversial workouts
Excited about Seattle prospects
May see work at DT
Immediate role likely
Drops on depth chart
Turns self over to authorities
Innocence reportedly corroborated
Attorney Michael Grieco claims that multiple victims and witnesses in the May 13 incident that led to multiple charges of armed robbery for Dunbar have now recanted their initial statements to police via sworn affidavits, NFL.com reports.
Likely for PUP list
Days in Seattle numbered?
Filling big shoes in Seattle
Exploring trade elsewhere
Interested in joining Giants
Seeking big payday
Could see limited return in 2020
Lynch could return to the Seahawks in some capacity in 2020, although he's unlikely to subject his body to a full offseason, training camp and 16-game schedule, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. "He's going to go home and think about it...I don't know, I don't know what he's going to do. I don't think he knows yet...," coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday about bringing Lynch back in such a part-time role. "We're open to whatever. We'll look at everything. I can't tell you right now."
Needs surgery on foot
Expresses desire to stay in Seattle
Could be fined for Wentz hit
Volume to take hit?
Injury doesn't endanger 2020 status
Could return Week 17