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Marshawn Lynch Gets Red Card In Charity Soccer Game For Going Full ‘Beastmode’ (VIDEO)

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Marshawn Lynch

Marshawn Lynch will finally make his return to the field after prematurely retiring—this time as a player on his favorite childhood football team, the Oakland Raiders.

Until then, the Oakland Raiders running back hit the field for a different type of futbol as he took part in a charity soccer game recently. Organized by former Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers player Steve Zakuani, Marshawn made a brief appearance as he made his way to midfield to start the second half.

Wearing flip flops, Lynch made his way into the opponent’s penalty box where he took a pass from a teammate. He then picked the ball up and went full ‘beastmode,’ running it in like he would’ve done if the Seahawks had given him the ball on the goalline a few years ago in the Super Bowl.


As you can tell by the video, he received a red card for his efforts and he responded by grabbing the red card out of the referee’s hand, ripping it up, and punting the ball high into the air.