Lynch begins reinstatement; could end up on another team with Sherman

Apr 14, 2017, 10:50

They'd probably get no more than a low-round pick for just Lynch, who is no longer in the team's plans. NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport broke the story. Schneider says he doesn't anticipate any difficulties trading Lynch to Oakland because of his long history with McKenzie, who worked with him for years in Green Bay.

They must be super pals.

The Raiders likely won't have to give up a significant compensation to trade for Lynch.

If Lynch returns to Seahawks, he's due a $9 million salary that would count against the team's salary cap.

With Latavius Murray signed elsewhere, Lynch would step in as the Raiders' lead back in front of rookies Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington to take a bulk of the carries.

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It's not often we see blockbuster trades go down in the NFL.

Lynch reportedly filed the necessary paperwork to be reinstated by the league, and the potential destination of Oakland seems to remain the objective.

The Raiders are on their way to Sin City, but the club's new $2 billion venue isn't scheduled to be ready until the 2020 season, meaning Mark Davis' team has to play somewhere for the next three years. The Raiders could still target a running back in the NFL Draft but there is much less urgency now to do so. Any contract he and his agent Doug Hendrickson work out with the Raiders is likely to be full of incentive bonuses.

Hall of Fame coach John Madden is not a fan of the Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas. A trade would keep the Seahawks, Lynch's team from 2010 through the 2015 season, from having to decide whether to press the running back on principle to repay the money. Then Lynch would be free to sign a new deal with the Raiders.

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