CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Marshawn Lynch kept it real, as always, in a Sports Illustrated interview — saying, among other things, that he is definitely retired.

John Schneider had a long conversation with Peter Schrager, recapping major moments in his career. Before the Seahawks, his biggest moves were drafting Aaron Rodgers and trading Brett Favre (yeah, he negotiated the deal with the Jets).

The mandatory minicamp will be held Tuesday through Thursday.

The Seahawks worked out Nate Robinson on Monday but did not sign the 32-year-old former Husky and NBA player.

Doug Baldwin has grown into a leader.

Injury prevention has been a big focus this offseason for Russell Wilson.

Baldwin says Tyler Lockett will be even more dangerous this year.

Frank Clark is looking forward to a big Year 2.

Five players who stood out at OTAs, including a couple of interesting under-the-radar guys, per Bob Condotta.

The P-I offered six takeaways from OTAs.

Wilson was No. 18 on Forbes’ list of highest-paid athletes last year.

Jarran Reed threw the first pitch at the Mariners’ game Friday.

It was 29 years ago Sunday that the Seahawks won the lottery rights to Brian Bosworth.


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