Watch Marshawn Lynch Go ‘Beast Mode’ During Charity Soccer Game


July 5, 2017

Marshawn Lynch isn’t finished running through people in Seattle.

The Oakland Raiders running back cross-pollinated football with futbol Sunday during a Seattle Sounders charity soccer game. Lynch entered the game at halftime and showed a new way of playing the striker position, picking up the ball and running over the goalkeeper. He then did what came naturally when the referee showed him a red card.

Lynch, 31, played parts of six seasons with the Seattle Seahawks before retiring in 2015. He returned to the NFL this offseason and joined the Raiders, his hometown team.

But he remains immensely popular in Seattle, especially with former athletes, fans and friends.

Maybe not with referees, though.

Thumbnail photo via Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Images

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