Seattle Seahawks are in the market for a running back, and Marshawn Lynch could be the man to fit the bill.
There is rumoured interest in Lynch from Seattle, and following several incidents in Buffalo, the Bills are reportedly happy to shop Lynch.
They hope for a second round pick, although might be convinced to part company with Lynch for a mid-round pick instead.
This would mean C.J. Spiller is surplus to requirements in Seattle, and changes their outlook on their two first round picks. Could an offensive tackle and quarterback pairing be the answer?
Jimmy Clausen has long been linked with Seattle, and would be available at six in the draft when they pick. He may still be around for their second pick at 14 overall.
Regardless, if Spiller doesn't end up becoming a Seahawk, where does that leave him? San Francisco will be keeping a close eye on the potential Lynch trade, as they are carefully poised when it comes to the Spiller situation.