Marshawn Lynch scored his first touchdown since returning to the NFL in the Raiders’ 45-20 thrashing of the Jets today. With an acceptable stat line and his team up comfortably in the fourth quarter, Lynch danced to the music at the Oakland Coliseum.
In a league where few running backs have a career expectancy beyond age 30, it seemed foolish to expect that an unretired Marshawn Lynch would be just as punishing as he was when he played for the Seahawks. And then he flattened a 300-pound defensive lineman.
Marshawn Lynch, Oakland hero, returned to the NFL this year and signed with his hometown Raiders after a taking a year off from football. After the team wrapped up in Napa today, Lynch had a chance to reflect on his first training camp in two years, as well as his recent national anthem protest. Lynch is always good…
Marshawn Lynch of the Oakland Raiders sat through the pregame performance of the national anthem at last night’s preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Members of the Blue squad—facing the Red team in a Seattle-area charity soccer match hosted by former Sounders player Steve Zakuani—probably figured they were in for a nice and easy afternoon of fun even after the notoriously intense Marshawn Lynch strode out onto the pitch. They forgot, though, that even in flip…
It’s been a few weeks since Marshawn Lynch announced he was coming out of retirement, returning to the NFL with his hometown team of the Oakland Raiders. And how better to keep the celebration going than by taking a nice weekend bike ride with hundreds of pals?
The idea of Marshawn Lynch coming out of retirement to play for the Oakland Raiders has been floating around for some time, and now it seems like this is actually happening.
You can take this for whatever it’s worth: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Oakland Raiders are “strongly considering” making a run at Marshawn Lynch, who retired after the 2015 season.
Marshawn Lynch returned to Cal tonight, and he’s back on the cart to celebrate the tenth anniversary of that event:
You’ve now got your reading assignment for the day: In the Seattle Times, reporter Jayson Jenks asked a handful of Seahawks if they have any particular memories of Marshawn Lynch being a cool guy. It seems they like talking about their former teammate as much as I like hearing about him.
It’s not that recently retired RB Marshawn Lynch doesn’t like talking. He just very much cares about choosing the time and place and topic, and when he does have something to say, it’s quite often worth listening to.
Marshawn Lynch is in Sydney, Australia, supporting his alma mater Cal for their season opener against Hawaii tonight. He’s doing lots of fun things like practicing with a rugby league team and signing things for fans.
The college football season starts this Friday, with Cal playing Hawaii in Sydney, Australia. It will be the first college football game played in Australia since 1987, and with the Aussies busy with rugby and cricket, they’re not much of a football country. Cal offensive lineman Aaron Cochran and kicker Matt Anderson…
Tonight, after six months of bleak NFL news and training camp reports about how football is not sleeping (it never does), football is back! Rather, it would have been, if terrible turf conditions in Canton didn’t force the NFL to cancel the Hall of Fame Game preseason opener between the Colts and Packers.
This clip comes from the June 7 episode of 60 Minutes Sports (we apologize for not bringing it to your attention sooner, but not everyone gets Showtime, you know?) and it will inspire you to achieve great things:
Marshawn Lynch is retiring, and looking at the trajectory of his NFL career, it’s somewhat of a miracle that he made it this far. Before he was chewing Skittles and playing video games with Conan O’Brien, the then-Bills running back was on his way to being another example of a player with immense talent hampered by…
If we’ve learned anything from Conan O’Brien’s new Super Bowl tradition of picking up the sticks with two of the big game’s participants, it’s that nothing lowers the guard of famously media-averse pro athletes like ruthlessly murdering animated sprites in video games. Josh Norman and Von Miller pick up where Rob…