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Marshawn 'Beast Mode' Lynch set to join Oakland Raiders after Seahawks trade

April 26 (The Sports Xchange) - Marshawn Lynch is coming out of retirement after the Seattle Seahawks agreed to trade the running back to his hometown Oakland Raiders. Read more...

Charles Woodson Gave Marshawn Lynch Permission to Wear His Number with the Raiders

When Marshawn Lynch broke into the NFL with the Buffalo Bills he wore no. 23 on his jersey. However, when he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2010 he started wearing no. 24. Of course, thing worked out pretty well for Beast Mode while wearing no. 24. He made four Pro Bowl appearances, two […]

Marshawn Lynch To Host Huge Block Party In Oakland to Celebrate Raiders Deal

If you can’t tell, Marshawn Lynch is excited to be back in the league. On Wednesday, the Seattle Seahawks agreed to trade Lynch to the Oakland Raiders pending a physical, and once it was passed, Lynch took to Twitter to announce he’ll be playing for his hometown team.   It’s time. pic.twitter.com/sgIQgZlkVM — Shawn Lynch (@MoneyLynch) […]

Marshawn Lynch Hosting Block Party In Oakland to Celebrate Raiders Deal

Marshawn Lynch is going full BEAST MODE in his return to the Bay Area... throwing a HUGE block party in Oakland on Thursday with big stars, new teammates and thousands of crazy fans! We're told the guest list includes names like Michael B.…

Marshawn Lynch might not be a good fit for the Raiders’ offense

Lynch playing for the Raiders makes sense on paper, but what if it doesn’t work out? The marriage between Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders makes sense in virtually every way. Lynch is an Oakland guy, the Raiders needed a running back after...Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch got Charles Woodson’s blessing to wear No. 24 with Raiders

The Raiders don’t officially retire numbers, which is a good thing for Marshawn Lynch, because he might not have been able to wear his No. 24 with the team, given that it was worn with great distinction in Oakland by Charles Woodson. Actually, it was a good thing for Woodson, too, considering that the number had […]

Marshawn Lynch's 2-Year Deal With Raiders Has $9 Million Base And Up To $16.5 Million In Incentives, Sources Say

The 2017 NFL free agency market received a massive jolt Wednesday when ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that running back Marshawn Lynch, who retired before the 2016-17 season, was traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Oakland Raiders. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch's 2-Year Deal With Raiders Has $9 Million Base And Up To $16.5 Million In Incentives, Sources Say

The 2017 NFL free agency market received a massive jolt Wednesday when ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that running back Marshawn Lynch, who retired before the 2016-17 season, was traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Oakland Raiders. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch got permission from Charles Woodson to wear No. 24 for the Raiders

“Beast Mode” will continue to don number 24. When it became official that Marshawn Lynch would in fact join the Oakland Raiders, the question became whether Lynch would continue to wear No. 24 for his new team after donning it for years as a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The number 24 is somewhat revered in Oakland. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch will wear No. 24 in Oakland

The Raiders officially don’t retire numbers. The number worn during two stints by cornerback Charles Woodson isn’t unofficially retired, either. Via Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, running back Marshawn Lynch will wear No. 24 with the Raiders. Gehlken tweets that Lynch’s mother, Delisa, told 95.7 The Game that Woodson approved of the move. Fans…

Marshawn Lynch Coming Out of Retirement to Play for Raiders

Lynch grew up in Oakland, where the Raiders are expected to play for two more seasons.

Marshawn Lynch joins Oakland Raiders

The Seattle Seahawks traded Marshawn Lynch to the Oakland Raiders. Here's how 'Beast Mode' spent his brief retirement.        

Marshawn Lynch is officially a Raider so he’s wearing his helmet everywhere

Wondering if Marshawn Lynch is happy he’s a member of the Raiders? Well, if wearing your helmet everywhere you go is a sign of joy — then yes, he’s very happy. Marshawn Lynch left the @RAIDERS building today wearing his helmet. pic.twitter.com/K2ruxeHRVS...Show More Summary

Raiders bring RB Marshawn Lynch out of retirement

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