He took questions for about 7 1/2 minutes Thursday morning, his longest such stretch this week. He talked for less than 7 minutes at both the media day and the media session at the team hotel.
It proved to be a nice day for Lynch, who totaled 40 of those yards on the TD run.
Lynch now has 451 yards and five touchdowns on 87 carries in five career playoff games.
Instead, NFL executive vice president of football operations Ray Anderson put the fine on hold after Lynch committed to complying with league policy. If there are any further violations, the $50,000 fine will be collected and a minimum fine of $50,000 more will be assessed. Lynch had declined all requests for interviews this season and had not spoken to the media until last Friday when he talked for less than 90 seconds.
Lynch stepped in front of a camera Friday and spoke for less than 90 seconds. It was his first time taking questions from the media all season, having politely declined every previous time. Lynch's longest answer was 24 words when asked about the Seahawks' focus this week not knowing who their opponent will be.
He has four rushing TDs in three games.
Lynch wasn't great, but he wasn't needed much in Seattle's 41-20 victory.
He's rushed for 270 yards on 45 carries in the last two games.
Lynch is second in the league with 726 yards and his six touchdowns have him on pace to reach double digits for the third consecutive season.
Lynch carried only eight times - his fewest since 2011 - for just 23 yards.
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