Seahawks list Marshawn Lynch as probable against Panthers

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Marshawn Lynch boards a shuttle bus to the airport as the Seahawks travel to Charlotte, N.C. (Q13 News photo)

Marshawn Lynch boards a shuttle bus to the airport as the Seahawks travel to Charlotte, N.C. (Q13 News photo)

RENTON, Wash. — The Seattle Seahawks have listed running back Marshawn Lynch as probable on their final injury report for Sunday’s NFC divisional playoff game at Carolina.

Beast Mode boarded a bus to the airport Friday afternoon to travel with the team to Charlotte.

Seattle announced the designation for Lynch on Friday afternoon. Lynch has not played since Week 10 against Arizona after undergoing abdominal surgery.

Seattle was hopeful Lynch would return last week for the NFC wild-card game against Minnesota, but he did not accompany the team to Minneapolis after determining he was not ready to play.

Lynch has been a full participant in practice each day the past two weeks.

Seattle also listed starting tight end Luke Willson as probable after he missed the past two games due to a concussion suffered in Week 16 against St. Louis.

The only player listed as doubtful for Seattle is fullback Will Tukuafu due to a hamstring injury suffered last week.

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