Marshawn Lynch was a running back in the NFL and played the majority of his time for the Seattle Seahawks. He is a one-time Super Bowl Champion and five-time Pro Bowler. He also led the NFL in rushing touchdowns twice. He has retired from football three times and now co-owns the Beasts of Fan Controlled Football and the Bay Area Panthers of the Indoor Football League. Get all of the latest Marshawn Lynch news here!
Marshawn Lynch played college football for UC Berkley where he became the schools second all-time career rusher. In 2007, he was drafted 12th overall by the Buffalo Bills and was named to the NFL All-Rookie Team.
In 2009, he pled guilty to misdemeanor weapons charges after having a gun in his backpack in the trunk of his car. He was suspended for three games and in 2010 was traded to the Seattle Seahawks. He helped lead the team to their first Super Bowl title in the 2014 season, and his Beast Quake touchdown where he broke nine tackles is considered one of the greatest NFL runs of all time.
Lynch retired in 2016 following two seasons with the Oakland Raiders before reuniting with the Seahawks in 2019 for their last regular season game and playoff run.