AUGUSTA, Ga.

— Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will wear the green and gold for his first time at AT &T Stadium, the team announced Wednesday.

Lynch will wear No. 4 for the Seahawks as he leads the team in rushing yards and touchdowns this season.

The Seahawks are 2-1 in games against the Atlanta Falcons, Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans this season, including a 28-28 tie last October.

He is the first running back to wear No; 4 since Michael Turner in 2011.

Lynk is one of only two NFL players with multiple seasons of at least 20 rushing yards this season and has totaled 1,068 yards on the ground.

The other was Jamaal Charles of the Chiefs, who has totaled 636 yards on 1,076 carries and 12 touchdowns.

Lynx’s No. 2 will be worn by running back Carlos Hyde, who rushed for 2,094 yards on 593 carries this season to finish third in the NFL in total rushing yards.

Hyde will wear #3 for the 49ers as they host the Seattle Seahawks in a game that could be one of the most intriguing in recent memory.

Hyde also has 11 carries for 43 yards and a touchdown.

The 49ers will be without defensive end Michael Wilhoite, who was suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Hyde and the Seahawks face off again on Sept. 24.

In addition to Lynch, the Seahawks will be wearing the No. 6 jersey of wide receiver Golden Tate, who caught seven passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the Panthers.

Tate has caught a total of 49 passes for 636 receiving yards and four touchdowns this year.

He had just one catch for 14 yards in the first two games of the season.