CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Marshawn Lynch went Beast Mode during a kickball game at his community barbecue in Oakland.

Lynch’s biopic has been canceled because it is “terrible.” If you care to know more, Field Gulls interviewed the director.

In the TMI department, Russell Wilson told a San Diego church that he and Ciara are abstaining from sex. And he joked that he needs everyone to pray for them.

In that same interview, Wilson said God challenged him to respond immediately after he threw the interception in the Super Bowl. A lot of people criticized him for claiming that God spoke to him, but take it with a grain of salt: People feel their faith in different ways. Some people used to rip Steve Largent for his strong faith in God as well. Leave ’em alone.

Meanwhile, Richard Sherman took a lot of flak for inviting woman-beating boxer Floyd Mayweather to his charity softball game. (Maybe Sherman doesn’t realize Mayweather is nearly as much of a scumbag as convicted rapist Mike Tyson.)

Doug Farrar of SI.com addressed the debate over whether Wilson is a franchise quarterback. His inspection of Wilson’s field-reading ability and pocket presence is noteworthy.

Eight Seahawks were voted among the top 100 players in the NFL, per NFL Network’s poll.

Seahawks fans rank 26th in a list of “best” NFL fans compiled by Emory University researchers. But the list is based on how much money teams make off fans. The funniest line by the dollar-obsessed researchers: “The Seahawks are slowly developing a great fan base.”

Dallas DE Greg Hardy’s suspension was cut from 10 games to four, meaning he will be available when the Cowboys host the Seahawks in Week 8.

The Seahawks are among the NFL teams using variable pricing for their games. Of course, they have very few game-by-game tickets available.

Will Blackmon held a football camp for kids in his home state of Rhose Island.

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