Scend’s Restaurant and Bar has been a soul food institution in Emeryville, Calif. since 1967, and this could have been its last year — until Marshawn Lynch stepped in. The Raiders’ running back couldn’t sit back and watch one of hisShow More Summary
One of the hottest-selling NFL jerseys, right there with those of Tom Brady, Dak Prescott and Marshawn Lynch, belongs to a running back taken in the third round of April’s draft, eighth at his position and 105th overall. Of course, fans, especially those in Pittsburgh, do have good reason to feel strongly about James Conner. The Erie, […]
Marshawn Lynch is seemingly doing all he can to invest in his hometown of Oakland, California, beyond just stepping in to help the Raiders’ run game – his foundation is centered around helping children in the city, he owns a clothing store there that provides employment and now he’s stepped in to save a beloved local institution. Show More Summary
Beast Mode is really loving being back in Oakland.
Marshawn Lynch is a man of the people. The Oakland Raiders running back loves everything Oakland, including certain restaurants that he frequented as a child and as an adult. Cassie Nickelson, 79, is the owner of Scend’s Restaurant and Bar and she plans on hanging it up for good in August – so to prevent the restaurant […]
Marshawn Lynch’s Raiders jersey has been a big seller this offseason. (AP) If Marshawn Lynch fails spectacularly with the Oakland Raiders at least a lot of people will have his jersey to wear ironically, like anyone with a Jerry Rice Denver Broncos jersey. Show More Summary
Guess who's back, back again
He’s going Beast Mode on a hometown favorite
New sales data from NFLShop.com was released on Wednesday and now we have a good look at how jerseys are selling around the country. Marshawn Lynch joining the Raiders was popular — like, really, really popular. Beast Mode is taking over the west coast. Show More Summary
Marshawn Lynch took the field at the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday for the first time since coming out of retirement to sign with his hometown Oakland Raiders. However, he wasn’t wearing black and silver. For this occasion he was wearing green and gold. Marshawn Lynch took to the pitching mound on Sunday to throw out […]
Marshawn Lynch, Adrian Peterson and LeSean McCoy are big name running backs, but Dave Richard cautions that their histories could lead to some big headaches in 2017.
Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters was born and raised in Oakland, and he’s glad to see fellow Oakland native Marshawn Lynch come out of retirement to play with the hometown Raiders. Glad, in part, because Peters looks forward to hitting Lynch. Peters was back in Oakland for a football camp on Saturday, and he told the…
That's probably not the best thing to say to Beast Mode
I love the smell of a football rivalry in the air. Marshawn Lynch finally got his wish this year after he came out of retirement to play for his hometown Oakland Raiders and he couldn’t be more thrilled about it. Fellow Oakland native Marcus Peters thinks that cool and all, but as an AFC West division […]
No athlete can match the fast feet of Marshawn Lynch -- not even Cristiano Ronaldo... says the footwork specialist whose trained both. Beast Mode just got in some drills with Luis Badillo Jr. (AKA the dude with the world's…
It appears that by now, everyone has learned that when you get close to the goal line, you give the ball to Marshawn Lynch. But the Raiders running back might not be cut out for every sport. Lynch made a brief appearance at a celebrity soccer game in Seattle, and finished as only he can.…
No hands, Marshawn!!!
Marshawn Lynch didn’t get the memo about not using his hands while playing soccer. Or, more likely, he didn’t care. Playing in a charity soccer event near Seattle, the former Seahawks and now Oakland Raiders running back entered the game in the second half wearing official Beast Mode socks and...
No hands, Marshawn!!!
Marshawn Lynch’s return to the NFL after a one-year hiatus is good news for football fans, but from a pure entertainment standpoint, the running back pursuing a second career playing soccer would be even better. Lynch, who signed a two-year contract with his hometown Oakland Raiders in April, participated in a charity soccer game organized by […]