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Lynch impossible to understand, but beloved by Seahawks teammates

RENTON, Wash. -- Here's a Marshawn Lynch story: He's playing the Giants earlier this month, and he's having the best game of his season. After he scores his third touchdown, he jogs off the field and hands the ball to Robert Turbin, his backup. "I don't know why," Turbin said. "But he told me, 'I want you to have this ball. It's for us. It's for the running backs, the group, a representation of how we go about our business on a daily basis.' For whatever reason, that one particular touchdown meant a lot to him, and he wanted me to have it." It is a candid Lynch snapshot: genuine, under the radar and a bit strange. Doug Baldwin heard the story, too. He talked to Lynch about it, and he ...

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