Marshawn Lynch will be back on an NFL field this fall after a strange early retirement, returning to the field on his childhood team, the Oakland Raiders. Until then, we get to see Beast Mode playing a different form of football.
The former Seattle Seahawks running back participated in a Seattle-area charity soccer match hosted by retired Seattle Sounders midfielder Steve Zakuani. Marshawn made a brief appearance as he made his way to midfield to start the second half.
Wearing the customary 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 took it to the house like he would’ve done if Pete Carroll had given him the ball on the one-inch line a few years ago in the Super Bowl.
— Seattle Sounders FC (@SoundersFC) July 3, 2017
Lynch was then shown a red card by the ref, after which the 31-year-old in pure WWE heel mode snatched the card from the red’s hand, discarded it, and booted the ball out of action.
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