Marshawn Lynch hasn’t been talking to the media this year, other than participating in a recent feature on ESPN.
And Seattle Times columnist Larry Stone says that’s too bad, noting that when Lynch (above in a John Lok photo) did open up, he had a lot to say.
Also in our paper today is my story on the team’s run defense issues.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— Seahawks.com puts its focus on the running game;
— Seahawks.com also wraps up the news of the day;
— ESPN on the Max Unger/Red Bryant concussions;
— ESPN also writes that Pete Carroll trusts Golden Tate to take chances on returns (including video of Tate);
— ESPN’s Mike Sando ponders how much the Seahawks should pay Richard Sherman;
— The AP with five things learned from the game;
— Seahawks are No. 2 in Pat Kirwan’s updated power rankings;
— Greg Schiano insists the Bucs didn’t get conservative at the end of the game;
— More Tampa Bay aftermath here;
— AJC.com looks at three subplots of the upcoming Seattle-Atlanta game;
— AJC also has this look-ahead to the Seattle game;
— AJC.com also says the Falcons are not ready to fold up the tent;
— ESPN reports that Carolina WR Steve Smith had good words for Atlanta rookie CB Desmond Trufant after Sunday’s game;
— ESPN also says the Falcons don’t know what to do about all their turnovers of late.