CHAWK LINES -- 49ers at Seahawks

Marshawn Lynch wants to play vs. the 49ers but appears to be a game-time decision.

Paul Richardson is out with a hamstring injury, which is too bad considering he showed what he brings with a 40-yard catch vs. Arizona.

Earl Thomas criticized Seattle’s commitment and will to win, saying, “We need to give it up for each other.”

With Bruce Irvin out a couple of weeks with a sprained knee, Frank Clark is expected to get more playing time.

Clark talked to 710 ESPN about his days as a gang member when he was a kid in Los Angeles.

Russell Wilson insists his big contract and high-profile relationship with Ciara have not distracted him.

Thomas revealed that he has battled ADHD his entire life and Pete Carroll introduced him to a doctor who has helped.

Tom Cable said he’s frustrated by the lack of progress of the line but “you keep working until you get it right.”

Doug Baldwin said the offense’s failures are not the fault of Darrell Bevell.

Kris Richard said Seattle defenders are not sticking to the plan sometimes, and that is costing them.

K.J. Wright was fined $23,152 for hitting Larry Fitzgerald high on Sunday night. Carson Palmer also was fined for his exuberance.

The Seahawks claimed DT A.J. Francis off waivers and cut David King.

Christine Michael was cut by Dallas, but the Seahawks are still in line to get a seventh-round pick from the Cowboys in the next draft. (The Cowboys signed Robert Turbin to replace Michael, keeping the Seattle RB connection alive in Dallas.)

The NFL apparently is going to let teams start trading comp picks, which is good news for the Seahawks, who are expected to get as many as four next spring.

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