Marshawn Lynch may have had a disappointing season that ended with a six-carry, 20-yard effort in yesterday’s loss to the Panthers, but he’s still capable of delivering some big hits.
When Adebayo Akinfenwa last dropped-kicked our door down and announced his presence, he showed off his nose for goal with a tap-in against Liverpool in the F.A. Cup. It was a perfectly fine striker's goal, but it wasn't exactly what you'd hoped to see from a guy with a 97 strength rating in FIFA. This is more like it.
That's cold, LeGarrette. Too cold, perhaps.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the NFL is preparing to become much more aggressive in its battle against Marshawn Lynch and his continued refusal to give a fuck.
The picture above was snapped before the Seattle Seahawks' loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, and it's a pretty good representation of how Marshawn Lynch is feeling these days.
...and something about Skittles.
Marshawn Lynch's mom, Sunshine, did not take kindly to Terry Blount's suggestion that the Seahawks could win without her son and responded with an all-caps rant that included "I GUESS THATS WHY HE HATES REPORTERS."
Beast Mode now includes telling your organization to shove it via the NFL Network. Earlier this evening, Marshawn Lynch called his former Seahawks teammate, and current NFL Network analyst, Michael Robinson and let him know that he was holding out of training camp and Robinson relayed the information on air.
This picture was sent to us by a reader who saw it pop up on his Facebook feed. According to the description added by the person who took the picture, that is Marshawn Lynch reaching for a bottle of Fireball while riding on the front of the duck boat during his team's Super Bowl parade.
Marshawn Lynch is known for being a bit reclusive and wary of speaking to the media, but Deion Sanders was able to corner him for a few minutes of screen time on NFL Network today. Things got off to a good start; Lynch just replied, "smooth" when Sanders asked him how he was feeling. "You look good," Sanders…
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