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Nike Seahawks #24 Marshawn Lynch Steel Blue Men’s Stitched NFL Game Jersey

Nike Seahawks #24 Marshawn Lynch Steel Blue Men’s Stitched NFL Game Jersey

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Retired running back Marshawn Lynch is still undecided if he will make an NFL comeback next season amidst loud speculations that he may suit up for his hometown team Oakland Raiders. The Raiders’ fans and supporters have used social media to drum up his potential return, while the player himself has not done anything to suppress the rumors.

Lynch, who will turn 31 next month, last played for the Seattle Seahawks during the 2015 season. He is still officially under contract with Seattle so any team that would like to bring him out of retirement will have to negotiate with the Seahawks first.

There are rumors that the Super Bowl champion is considering a return appearance in the NFL in the 2017 season. Fansided reported that Lynch is “only considering that comeback with the Raiders,” which means that talks between the two clubs could soon happen if he indeed wants to play again.

Lynch’s agent, Doug Hendrickson, recently admitted that he has not spoken to his client about coming out of retirement or specifically wanting to play for the Raiders, saying that it was “the media who took the ball and kind of ran with it.” He then said that it is hard for him to speculate unless he formally talks to Lynch about the matter.

“I’m due to see him this week,” said Hendrickson. “He’s one of the most unique guys I’ve ever been with in my life. Marshawn… it wouldn’t shock me if he says, ‘Hey, I want to play.’ It wouldn’t shock me if he says, ‘Nah, I don’t know where this came from. I don’t want to play.'”

The agent noted that “money isn’t a factor” for Lynch if he indeed decides to come back, but that “he misses the game.” Still, Hendrickson said that it would be “impossible to read the man”.

“He does miss football. No question. He loves the game of football. He’s 30. But until I meet with him this week, you know, I don’t know what his mind-set is. He’s the kind of guy that can shift by the hour,” he added.

While Raiders fans are anxious to welcome Lynch this offseason, his potential signing remains to be a rumor. Oakland now has a pressing need at the running back position after Latavius Murray joined the Minnesota Vikings in free agency.

A week has passed with Raiders fans in limbo when it comes to Marshawn Lynch.

The Oakland native’s potential return from retirement to don Silver and Black sent Raiders fans into a frenzy 10 days ago. The running back even reportedly visited the Seahawks brass to discuss his desire to play for the Raiders — since Seattle owns his rights — and he seemingly hinted on Twitter that he had only one team on his mind.

But there’s been no word from Lynch, the Raiders or the Seahawks on what’s next for Oakland’s favorite son. The only bit of news this week was Lynch’s agent telling KNBR he is really not sure what Lynch will do.

It remains unclear whether Lynch chose to press pause on the situation or whether other complications arose regarding a potential exchange between the Raiders and Seahawks. It’s easy to speculate that Lynch is a little hesitant to lead a farewell/divorce campaign in Oakland as the team readies for a potential relocation.

If Lynch does want to unretire, and if he does convince Seattle to release him or trade his rights to the Raiders — two big ifs — the current Seahawks would not fuss.

“Well, (Marshawn’s) been talking about Oakland. He’s from the town cheap sports jerseys wholesale, so that’s like going home for him,” Seahawks star Richard Sherman told ESPN. “It’d be like a basketball player growing up in L.A. and saying, ‘I’m going to play for the Lakers one day.’ It’s probably something he’s always wanted to do since he was a kid, so we’ve got no problem with that.”

Lynch has the all-clear from Sherman and Co., with whom he won Super Bowl XLVIII, but what he really needs is the go-ahead from Seahawks general manager John Schneider. That is, if Lynch actually wants to return to the NFL so he can help enliven the Black Hole as Sin City wholesale jerseys review beckons.

Bulls’ Wade, Butler, Mirotic, Zipser all out vs. Wolves wholesale jerseys

Bulls’ Wade, Butler, Mirotic, Zipser all out vs. Wolves wholesale jerseys

The Chicago Bulls were severely short-handed for Sunday’s wholesale jerseys game against Minnesota. If Jimmy Butler’s heel doesn’t improve quickly, the Eastern Conference could face a similar issue in the All-Star game next weekend.

The Bulls scratched Butler, Dwyane Wade, Nikola Mirotic and Paul Zipser for the game against the Timberwolves and old coach Tom Thibodeau, the final one of a six-game road trip.

Wade sat out with a swollen right wrist, Butler has a bruised wholesale custom jerseys right heel, Mirotic developed back spasms and Zipser stayed at the team hotel because of an illness. That left the Bulls with 10 healthy players against the Timberwolves.

Butler missed three games with a bruised right heel before returning to play 30 minutes in a loss to Phoenix on Friday. Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said Butler reported “pretty significant soreness” and would be re-evaluated before the team plays Toronto on Tuesday. He said it was too soon to tell about Butler’s availability for the All-Star game in New Orleans wholesale usa jerseys on Feb. 18.

Wade said he will get X-rays on his wrist. He injured it while bracing a fall in Friday night’s game against Phoenix.

“I’m just focusing on now,” Wade said when asked if he thinks he will be shut down through the All-Star break. “Obviously I’ve played through a lot of things, so I can play through it if it’s manageable. But really not today when I can’t bend it.”

Zipser likely would have missed the game on Sunday anyway with a sore left ankle if he had not become sick, and Mirotic came out of the Suns game with back spasms that intensified once the team landed in Minnesota.

All of the injuries are the latest problems for a Bulls team that has been drowning in dysfunction and distraction this season.

“It seems like the Oklahoma City game was 35 days ago,” athletic jerseys wholesale Hoiberg said of the first game of the trip, way back on Feb. 1. “We just have to continue to fight, continue to battle.”

Ty Brock set to collect more offers as football season draws near

Ty Brock set to collect more offers as football season draws near

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Ty Brock is preparing for a crucial senior season after camping at several schools last month wholesale jerseys.

The College Station High School quarterback took visits to Indiana, Tennessee and Louisiana-Monroe, but programs are still hesitant to offer until they see him in action this fall after his recovery from a broken leg last August.

“For me I’m just trying to focus on doing well here and getting ready for next fall,” he said at the Texas State 7v7 Tournament. “Talking to all the coaches, I really just need to get my fall film together.”

That hasn’t stopped Brock from being upbeat about his recruitment and he announced at the beginning of this past offseason he’s choosing to give up baseball to focus solely on football. On the spring camp circuit and team practices, his leg hasn’t appeared to affect his play and he seems primed for a strong final season in College Station with a number of other offensive playmakers around him athletic jerseys wholesale.

IN HIS WORDS

Tennessee

“Tennessee treated me great, that was probably my favorite visit so far,” he said. “I really liked the coaching staff, they seemed as they were showing us around that they were all on the same page and I really liked that. I thought I had a good camp, hung out with the coaches, I loved it.”

Indiana

“I had a really good camp there, got shown around the campus,” he said. “I was a little disappointed that I didn’t get to meet the head coach, but they’re still looking for a quarterback, though, and I’m looking to play somewhere.”

Louisiana-Monroe

“They’re at the top of my list,” he said. “I’ve known several of those coaches for a while now and have seen them as guest coaches at other camps I’ve been to. They told me that I’m probably at the top of their list as far as quarterbacks go, so that’s nice to hear from a school wholesale custom jerseys.”

RIVALS REACTION

Brock is now in the position of likely being a second quarterback in many of the classes of schools that have offered him. If Indiana comes through with an offer, that would be a major opportunity for both sides, as the Hoosiers are looking to establish a recruiting footprint in Texas, and their only offered uncommitted quarterback for the time being, Kam Fields, has recently chosen to play baseball in college rather than football best wholesale jerseys website.

Brock is banking on a strong start to his season to make good on the interest some of these bigger programs have shown in him, but could make a quick commitment to ULM if that doesn’t materialize in short order. The Warhawks only have two players committed at the moment, and would benefit from adding a quarterback to their class as soon as possible.

Five weeks after Tom Brady’s appeal, court decision should be close

Five weeks after Tom Brady’s appeal, court decision should be close

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Some quick-hit thoughts regarding the New England Patriots and the NFL:

1. If initial projections by some legal experts are correct, wholesale jerseys this could be the week that the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s request for an en banc hearing. Brady’s legal team filed its official appeal May 23, and at the time ESPN legal analyst Andrew Brandt, among others, estimated that a ruling could come as early as three weeks or possibly take as long as six weeks. Monday marks five full weeks since Brady’s appeal, which means we’re officially in the red zone for a court decision.

2. What is it like working under Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia? Here is how 2013 first-round draft pick Jonathan Cooper, now in his first year with the Patriots, described it during last week’s Sirius XM NFL Radio interview: “He’s just the type of guy who is going to get on you, like every coach, but when you’re doing it correctly he’s going to make sure you know that. And he’s going to give you the repetitions it takes on building the fundamentals and laying the foundation, so once you do get with the live bullets flying you’re ready to go and it’s second nature. That’s one of the biggest things I’d say about him, every day it’s doing the same repetitions, and it’s, ‘Oh, this again?’ You quickly learn that it starts to translate into the practice film, then it will translate into the game film, and that’s when you’re successful.”

3a. One of the notable transformations on the Patriots’ roster is at defensive tackle wholesale custom jerseys, where the club released its two players — Chris Jones and Dominique Easley — who best fit the description of a penetrating 3-technique. In their place, the club has favored bigger, stouter tackles who aren’t built to win with an explosive first step or penetrating move as they are with power or to hold the point of attack (e.g. Terrance Knighton, Vincent Valentine). When I asked defensive line coach Brendan Daly earlier in the offseason about the “disappearance of the 3-technique,” he politely contested my choice of words by pointing out how the defense is getting some of that from its defensive ends when they move inside in passing situations, and also from linebackers Dont’a Hightower and Jamie Collins when they pressure up the middle. It was a brief chat with Daly, but one I appreciated because it prompted me to look at things differently.

3b. In discussing the concept of defensive ends moving inside to rush on passing downs, one of the most topical players of late to highlight is San Diego Chargers rookie Joey Bosa, the third overall pick out of Ohio State. The Chargers envision him playing on the edge but also moving inside in some passing situations. It was something the Patriots’ Jabaal Sheard did wholesale best jerseys in 2015, which coach Bill Belichick previously mentioned was new to him, and he seemed to handle it well.

4. Jones is essentially competing with veteran Earl Mitchell for a backup spot behind Ndamukong Suh in Miami. The system being implemented by Dolphins first-year defensive coordinator Vance Joseph has similarities to the Bengals’ 4-3 (think about Geno Atkins as a penetrating 3-technique), which makes sense when considering Joseph spent the past two years as Cincinnati’s defensive backs coach and he also brought linebackers coach Matt Burke with him to South Florida. Meanwhile, Easley is behind All-Pro tackle Aaron Donald in the Rams’ 4-3, with coordinator Gregg Williams recently touting the overall line as arguably the fastest in the NFL. So both former Patriots have landed in schemes where the traditional 3-technique wholesale cheap jerseys china review — usually undersized but often explosive — is a bigger part of the scheme.

5. The Pro Football Writers of America announced its five annual awards last week, and Patriots left tackle Nate Solder was edged out by Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry for the George Halas honor, which goes to the NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed. Berry is a deserving choice — as is Solder, who has used his NFL platform to raise awareness for testicular cancer (Solder had been diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2014). In addition, Solder’s son Hudson, who was born in July 2015, was diagnosed with kidney cancer last fall and Solder and his wife, Lexi, have shared his story to raise public awareness. Solder will return in 2016 from a biceps injury that cost him most of the past season, and he should be a strong consideration for the award again at this time next year.

6. Former Maine Black Bear Mike DeVito, who retired from the NFL this offseason after six years with the Jets (2007-2012) and three with the Chiefs (2013-2015), is exploring some opportunities in the media and will provide color commentary for televised UMaine games in 2016. We caught up on the radio last week, as DeVito was co-hosting a sports radio program on 92.9 The Ticket in Bangor, Maine, and his first question about the Patriots was with the offensive line. DeVito said as the Chiefs prepared to face the Patriots in the playoffs last season, they felt the O-line was one area that could be exploited. The big changes this year for New England: The return of Scarnecchia as coach, Solder’s return to health, the possibility that Cooper (right guard) realizes his potential as the No. 7 overall player selected in 2013, third-round draft pick Joe Thuney as a possible starter at left guard, and a potential open competition at center headlined by incumbent Bryan Stork and second-year man David Andrews.

7. Patriots top draft choice Cyrus Jones, in an interview with Tide 99.1 in Alabama last week, highlighted some of the similarities he has noticed in coming from Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide program to Belichick’s program. The primary link: “Coach Belichick is definitely a coach that demands discipline from his players. He runs a tight ship.” Jones is quickly learning what Alabama alum Hightower learned after the Patriots selected him in the 2012 first round. Hightower said of Belichick and Saban, “I literally think they’re exactly the same … two peas in a pod.”

8. Patriots No. 3 tight end Michael Williams, who tore his left ACL on June 8 in mandatory minicamp and was placed on season-ending injured reserve, is waiting for swelling to subside before undergoing surgery. The expectation is that the surgery will take place the week of July 4. He’ll rehab during the season in hopes of being ready to go next offseason, when he is a restricted free agent usa wholesale jerseys.

9. After the Cavaliers captured the first professional sports championship for the city of Cleveland since the Browns won the 1964 NFL championship, Browns cornerback Joe Haden told TheMMQB.com that it was motivation for the Browns, who are in the midst of another rebuilding project. Did You Know: The Browns have missed the playoffs each of the past 13 seasons, which is tied with the Raiders for the second-longest active streak in the NFL. The Bills, who last made the playoffs in 1999, have the longest active playoff drought.

10. Something to look forward to later this year: With this marking the 15-year anniversary of the Patriots’ first Super Bowl championship team — the 2001 squad that shocked the St. Louis Rams (aka The Greatest Show on Turf) — the club gathered a few of the reporters from that era to reflect, reminisce and travel back in time to that special season. Along with Tom Curran, Ron Borges and Bryan Morry, and led by host Bob Socci, we taped several segments that will run throughout the season on the team’s website (starting the week of July 25). So many meaningful stories to tell from that magical run.