Marshawn Lynch was asked if he’s been affected by the trade rumors that continue to exist and circulate about him despite the team’s unwavering stance on keeping him. Here was his response.
“No, because if it’s going to happen then it’s going to happen,” Lynch said. “What will I be able to do about it? If they say I’ve got to go then what am I going to do, tell them no? If they say I’m going to stay, I’m here, if they say I’m not going nowhere then let’s continue to build on this thing and get better.”
The Bills have maintained a consistent stance on Lynch’s status with the team, which is that they intend to keep him on their roster.
Lynch is more focused on righting the run game after the three-man tandem did not produce the way they wanted to in Week 1.
“It wasn’t what us as a group wanted it to be,” said Lynch. “The most carries by a back I believe was seven. That’s not good for any running back to get a feel for it. I’m not saying what should’ve been done or could’ve been done. All I know is we’ve just got to do something to get on track with it.”
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