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Marshawn Lynch beams with pride while speaking to kids at Joe Mixon's inaugural Football L.I.F.E. camp.
Richard Sherman points to NFL teams signing QBs who've had rough seasons, so any hesitance to sign Colin Kaepernick couldn't be football-related.
Richard Sherman sounds off on the NFL's increased scrutiny of the officials and the league's strained relationship with players.
Richard Sherman doesn't flinch at teammate Doug Baldwin's thoughts on him because of the Seahawks' family dynamic.
Damien Woody and Andrew Brandt join OTL to discuss so-called 'weight clauses" that are being written into NFL player's contracts.
Jim Trotter sits down with Eric Winston, Richard Sherman, Chris Harris Jr. and Malcolm Jenkins to talk about NFL drug policies, how outsiders view the Combine and how players may see the NFL as a job rather than a passion.
Jim Trotter sits down with Richard Sherman, Eric Winston, Chris Harris Jr. and Malcolm Jenkins to discuss Thursday night games, social media approaches and their social responsibility.
In an exclusive E:60 interview from 2013, Marshawn Lynch discusses his tough upbringing in the violent streets of Oakland.
Former Seahawk Russell Okung thinks Marshawn Lynch can play as long as he wants and hopes he chooses to sign with him in Los Angeles.
Stephen A. Smith would expect Marshawn Lynch to play with an extra amount of passion if he were to join the Raiders.
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