Marshawn Lynch To Come Out Of Retirement To Play For Hometown Fans
NFL insider Ian Rapoport has Tweeted that retired Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has met with the Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio and is expected to come out of retirement to play again in front of his hometown fans.
Lynch, known by fans around the league as “Beast Mode” for his powerful running style, will turn 31 on April 22nd. The Raiders are expecting to relocate the franchise to Las Vegas, NV in time for the 2019 season.
The Seahawks would either have to cut Lynch from their roster, as they still retain his contractual rights, or work out a trade with the Raiders.