ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Seahawks have reached a revised contract with Marshawn Lynch, ensuring Lynch stays with the team for 2015.
In an interview with a Turkish television station, Marshawn Lynch admitted he was expecting the ball on the final play of the Super Bowl.
According to his agent, the Seahawks have not reached an agreement with Marshawn Lynch.
Yahoo's Rand Getlin reports the Seahawks have offered Marshawn Lynch a deal that would pay him between $11 million and $12 million in 2015.
Coach Pete Carroll said Friday that the Seahawks are negotiating "in earnest" to keep Marshawn Lynch out of retirement.
The Seahawks are still waiting for Marshawn Lynch to make a decision about his future.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Marshawn Lynch's back issues are chronic and will be a major factor in his decision to continue playing.
Former teammate Michael Robinson ultimately expects Marshawn Lynch to play in 2015, but admits he isn't positive.
Profootballtalk's Mike Florio has been "hearing consistently" that Marshawn Lynch is unsure if he'll play in 2015.
GM John Schneider said the Seahawks don't know if Marshawn Lynch wants to play football in 2015.
A source tells PFT that Marshawn Lynch will be getting a raise if he returns to the Seahawks in 2015.
Coach Pete Carroll said the Seahawks have been having contract talks with Marshawn Lynch for a "long time."
Marshawn Lynch rushed 24 times for 102 yards and a touchdown and caught a 31-yard pass in the Seahawks' Super Bowl 49 loss to the Patriots.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks have offered Marshawn Lynch "a huge contract extension that would keep him in a Seahawks uniform for years to come."