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Eric Karabell analyzes fantasy value for Broncos, Seahawks and Lions with stars retiring
Robert Flores and Ian Fitzsimmons recap the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 win over the Panthers with Jeff Legwold, David Newton and Matt Bowen. Plus, news from Marshawn Lynch and LeSean McCoy.
Seahawks right near the top for 2016
Seattle's season ended earlier than the team would have hoped in 2015, but our panel still has faith in the Seahawks. Where did they land on our list? Way-too-early Power Rankings
The Seahawks haven't released official word on Marshawn Lynch retiring, but the team released a tribute video Monday, thanking the running back.
Marshawn Lynch's career numbers -- especially in the postseason -- put him in the company of some of the game's all-time great running backs.
Crystal ball: Is 2016 Carroll's last year?
Dan Graziano thinks maybe so. He guesses that Pete Carroll could hang up his headset after next season and become a motivational speaker. Crystal ball for 2016
In a post on The Players' Tribune, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson showered Peyton Manning with praise after Denver won Super Bowl 50.
Never too early to look at next year
New England, Pittsburgh and Seattle all opened with the best odds to dethrone Denver next season, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Denver is given 14-1 odds to defend its title.
The Seattle linebacker said the Seahawks QB would have jumped on the fourth-quarter fumble that the Panthers QB, and MVP, didn't.
After the running back seemed to announce his retirement on Twitter, Marshawn Lynch's Seahawks teammates responded with tweets of their own.
Agent confirms Lynch is retiring
Marshawn Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, confirmed to the Associated Press on Monday the Seahawks RB's plans to retire. Lynch indicated he would be retiring Sunday after tweeting photos of hung-up cleats.
Down goes the MVP, again
MVP quarterbacks haven't fared well against top-ranked defenses in Super Bowls. Cam Newton became the third MVP to fall on the biggest stage against the NFL's best defense.
New England, Pittsburgh and Seattle head into the offseason as the favorites to win next year's Super Bowl.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch tweeted a photo of hanging cleats Sunday, and Lynch's agent confirmed Monday that his client plans to retire.
Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer
Cam Newton is 14-31 passing with a pick. He struggled at Seattle as well -- but rallied in the fourth quarter. Can he do it again?
What Lynch has meant to the Seahawks
Since Marshawn Lynch's first full season in Seattle, no player has scored more rushing touchdowns than Beast Mode. Lynch is also right near the top in yards and first downs on the ground in that span.
Though teammates are trying to change his mind, Marshawn Lynch is telling people he intends to retire, sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Source: Lynch telling people he's retiring
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has told people close to him that he plans to retire, according to Adam Schefter. The 29-year-old just finished his 9th season in the NFL. Story
Marshawn Lynch leaves us waiting
Adam Schefter reported earlier today that Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch had told people close to him he plans to retire. Then, during the Super Bowl, Lynch posted this tweet on his verified Twitter account.
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Conan O'Brien jokingly casts an NFL movie and says Richard Sherman will be played by Lisa Bonet.