A tweet from Marshawn Lynch on Sunday night indicated Lynch plans to retire.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marshawn Lynch has told "people close to him" he plans on retiring.
NFL Network's Michael Robinson said it's "fair to assume" that Marshawn Lynch won't be back with the Seahawks.
Marshawn Lynch could have to pay back $5 million of the signing bonus he received last season if he retires.
Marshawn Lynch's mother said she's unsure if her son will play another season.
Seahawks GM John Schneider said he's "under the impression" that Marshawn Lynch is leaning toward retiring this offseason.
ESPN's John Clayton said there is "no way" Marshawn Lynch is back with the Seahawks at his current salary.
Coach Pete Carroll admitted "I don't know how that's going to go" when asked if Marshawn Lynch will be back with the Seahawks in 2016.
Marshawn Lynch rushed six times for 20 yards and caught 2-of-3 targets for 15 yards in the Seahawks' Divisional Round loss to the Panthers.
Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) is active for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Panthers.
The Seahawks are expected to move on from Marshawn Lynch this offseason.
Coach Pete Carroll confirmed there's a "really good chance" Marshawn Lynch (probable, abdomen) plays Sunday.
Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) is listed as probable for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Panthers.
Marshawn Lynch told ESPN's Kenny Mayne that "I'm ready" for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Panthers.