Super Bowl Champion, 5-Time Pro-Bowler and…camel riding? That’s right. Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch retires with a bang.
By William Chase
“I’m just here so I don’t get fined.”
You know who that is. You know that’s Beast Mode, Marshawn Lynch, the now-former Seattle Seahawks running back, and former Super Bowl champion.
He kept his cool on the field during his 8-year career and now he’s riding off unto the sunset.
Word is he’s currently riding a camel in Egypt.
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) February 29, 2016
Of course. Would you expect anything else? Probably, dude is so random. But seriously, this about the coolest thing anyone can do.
The reason Lynch is in Egypt is because of a goodwill foray sponsored by American Football Without Borders. Joining him are Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron and various other players.
Only 29-years-old, Lynch has been to two Super Bowls, owns a ring and now the former Pro-Bowler can add “professional-camel riding” to the ole resume.
Or maybe to his eventual Canton speech. Can you imagine that speech if the day ever rolls around?
Knowing Marshawn, he’ll still make it entertaining. Especially if he rides up in a camel.