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0-55: The Seahawks' offense is back
Writes Art Thiel, "With a line healthier and receivers faster, it’s possible to see an offense that can indulge the defense an off-game or two."
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The unusually pointed statement came after the team investigated the circumstances around an unusual report from Bellevue police, who identified Marshawn Lynch as the subject of a complaint before determining whether they would charge anyone.
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