Fox’s Jay Glazer is reporting that the Buffalo Bills have traded RB Marshawn Lynch to Seattle in return for a fourth-round pick in 2011, as well as a conditional pick in 2012.
The Seahawks have cut Julius Jones to make room for the newly acquired Lynch.
McCoy suffered a broken rib during Sunday’s game against the Redskins. Eagles head coach Andy Reid has yet to say how much time McCoy will miss but the injury is obvious a concern.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that the Bills seriously discussed the possibility of trading Lynch last week. This news comes after the Bills continued to say that they were not interested in moving a running back.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter brings us today’s news on a potential Marshawn Lynch trade. During his online chat session, Schefter was bombarded with questions about the Bill trading Lynch. He still feels that the Bills are asking a lot for Lynch and until a team meets their requirements Lynch will likely remain with Buffalo. He’s an excerpt from Schefter:
“Lynch has to be the most coveted back in the league right now for any team in need of one. Again, the problem is: Is some team willing to give Buffalo what it wants? To date, no one has. It will be interesting to see if someone steps up and pays before the Oct. 19 trade deadline. If I were running a team, I would. But to date, no one has.”