|2013 Regular Season|
The league did not specify what the gesture was in the win over Green Bay. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the fine has not been publicly announced. Most recently, Lynch was fined $11,000 for an inappopriate gesture in Seattle's win over Arizona on Dec. 21.
There are question marks regarding Lynch's future, though he proved this year he could still go into "Beast Mode", running for 1,306 yards and a career-high 13 TDs.
Lynch was in Beast Mode and he should be in 'Feast Mode' next week at home against the Rams in a revenge game as the Seahawks look to seize the No. 1 seed.
Lynch has 10 rushing TDs, all of which have come at home. If you have other solid options, it wouldn't be crazy to sit Lynch in a tough Week 16 matchup at Arizona.
It was a pretty good day for Lynch, who hauled in his fourth TD reception. He's second in the league with 13 total TDs.
It was his third 100-yard effort in four games, but he's gone three games without a touchdown after scoring six in his previous two.
Lynch, who had run for 264 yards and four scores over his previous two games, isn't in danger of missing Thursday's matchup with San Francisco.
League spokesman Michael Signora confirmed the fine Wednesday, which will total $100,000 against the Seahawks' standout. Along with the $50,000 for violating the NFL Media Policy this year, the league is collecting the $50,000 fine that was imposed against Lynch for violations last season. The fine from 2013 was held in anticipation of future cooperation from Lynch.
He had scored six touchdowns in his previous two games, so the lack of a score was a bit disappointing, yet the workhorse continues to pick up plenty of yardage after some lean weeks in September and October.
Lynch was a full participant in Friday's practice. Lynch frequently gets one or two days of rest during the week and still typically is in the lineup for games. He's missed just one game due to injury in his five years with the Seahawks.