Bellevue (WA) police released a statement clearing Marshawn Lynch of any wrongdoing stemming from a recent investigation into assault and personal property damage accusations.
The Seahawks released a statement on Tuesday, saying they firmly believe the assault and property damage accusations against Marshawn Lynch are "bogus."
Marshawn Lynch is being investigated for assault and property damage in Bellevue, Washington.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says Marshawn Lynch's weight is "way down" and "he's in great shape."
ESPN Seahawks reporter Terry Blount reports Marshawn Lynch was seeking $5 million more than the "concessions" Seattle gave him, bumping his 2014 pay by $1.5 million.
Profootballtalk reports Marshawn Lynch has agreed to a $1.5 million raise for 2014.
Marshawn Lynch has officially reported to Seahawks camp.
ESPN reports Marshawn Lynch is ending his holdout, and will report to Seahawks camp in the next 24 hours.
Marshawn Lynch has accrued $455,000 in fines for his holdout.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll commented on Marshawn Lynch's holdout Tuesday.
Seahawks placed RB Marshawn Lynch on the Reserve/Did Not Report list.
Coach Pete Carroll indicated the Seahawks have no intention of satisfying Marshawn Lynch's contract demands.
ESPN's John Clayton predicted on NFL Live that Marshawn Lynch's holdout will last "five to six days at most."
ESPN's Chris Mortensen stated on NFL Insiders the Seahawks are not surprised by Marshawn Lynch's training-camp holdout.