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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch expects to see his driving under the influence trial in California come to an end on Friday when he pleads guilty a lesser charge of reckless driving.
Less than a week removed from Seattle's lopsided win over Denver in the Super Bowl, the focus has already shifted to next season.
Amid the 700,000 fans who jammed downtown Seattle to celebrate the city's first Super Bowl win stood Mark Formanczyk, 57-year-old man in a Seahawks jersey and a camouflage jacket, weeping in the parking lot outside the team's stadium.
Hundreds of thousands of notoriously loud Seahawks fans cranked up the volume Wednesday, cheering, chanting and going berserk during a parade and ceremony to celebrate the first Super Bowl victory in the history of the franchise.
It took 38 seasons of existence but the Seattle Seahawks finally reached the top of the NFL. Led by the energy of coach Pete Carroll, a defense that was the class of the league and an efficient offense, the Seahawks surpassed the expectations set before the season and won the first Super Bowl in franchise history.
He was supposed to be too nice, too laid-back, too much of a rah-rah guy for the NFL.
As he basked in winning his first Super Bowl title, Russell Wilson thought back to all the times he was overlooked.
A look at the Super Bowl on Sunday night between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium.
In the midst of being reclusive for most of the week leading up to his first Super Bowl, Marshawn Lynch spoke a truth about his Seattle Seahawks.