Marshawn Lynch (back) is officially listed as probable for Week 3.
Marshawn Lynch (back) returned to Seahawks practice Thursday, getting in a full session.
Marshawn Lynch (back) did not practice Wednesday.
Coach Pete Carroll said Marshawn Lynch exited Sunday's Week 2 loss against the Chargers early due to "ongoing" back issues.
Marshawn Lynch rushed six times for 36 yards in Seattle's Week 2 loss to the Chargers, adding four catches for 27 yards and a touchdown.
Marshawn Lynch rushed 20 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns in the Seahawks' Week 1 thrashing of the Packers.
Coach Pete Carroll said Marshawn Lynch will "let it rip" in Thursday night's game against the Packers.
Marshawn Lynch ran three times for 16 yards and a touchdown in Seattle's third preseason game Friday night.
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.