Lynch could be looking to team up with Richard Sherman again.
Rumors of Marshawn Lynch coming back to the NFL have picked up steam in the last couple of weeks, as the Oakland native was recently spotted at the Raiders' practice facility.
Today, ESPN's Ed Werder has reported that Marshawn has official begun the NFL reinstatement process and also added that the former Seahawks running back could be open to playing for a team other than the Raiders, under one condition.
According to Werder, Marshawn is also waiting to see if Richard Sherman gets traded and would consider teaming up with him if that team needs a running back.
Source: Marshawn Lynch has begun NFL reinstatement process, hoping to play for #Raiders or could team with Richard Sherman if CB traded.— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) April 13, 2017
Patriots, Raiders, Packers are among the teams that need both. Whether anyone trades for Richard Sherman remains to be seen https://t.co/22Gvr569jR— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) April 13, 2017