Whenever Marshawn Lynch is on live TV, you have to be ready with the bleep button.
ESPN learned that lesson the hard way during their broadcast of the Washington-California Big 12 matchup tonight.
While interviewing the former Golden Bears star running back, Lynch wasn’t too pleased with the type of fans he was seeing in the stands. In fact, he was so angered by it that he couldn’t seem to control his language on live television.
Lynch has always been known to speak his mind and provide a good interview. Sometime his foul language is just one of the risks you have to take on if you want to get a sound bite from Beast Mode.
Lynch spent 13 years in the NFL between three teams from 2007 until 2019. Prior to that, he spent three seasons at Cal, where he rushed for 3,239 yards and 29 touchdowns over 35 games. He was named an All American and the Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year during his final college season in 2006.
From there, he would go on to be drafted 12th overall in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills—where he’d spend three-and-a-half seasons before going on to become a star in Seattle.
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