Marshawn Lynch may be renowned for punishing opponents on the gridiron.
Marshawn Lynch hosted hundreds of kids at Oakland Raiders headquarters over the weekend for his 12th annual Fam First Youth Football Camp.
Marshawn Lynch delivered a classic — not to mention colorfully descriptive — line after the Oakland Raiders’ 24-17 victory over the New York Giants when explaining why he couldn̵
NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart on Friday indicated Marshawn Lynch will not face league discipline for sitting in the stands during Thursday’s Oakland Raiders-Kansas City Chiefs game after getting e
Washington Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger took to social media Monday to talk some serious smack about his big hit on Marshawn Lynch during Sunday’s 27-10 victory.
Marshawn Lynch’s celebrated return to the NFL to play for his hometown Oakland Raiders continues to be one of the better story lines of the offseason.
Marshawn Lynch’s celebrated return from retirement to play for his hometown Oakland Raiders has been a fascinating story this NFL offseason.
Marshawn Lynch’s triumphant return to his hometown of Oakland after coming out of retirement to sign with the Raiders could not be going better.
It certainly hasn’t taken Marshawn Lynch long at all to ingratiate himself to his new Oakland Raiders teammates.
Marshawn Lynch wasn’t an active participant during the Oakland Raiders’ OTA session Tuesday.
Marshawn Lynch, after flirting with the idea of ending his retirement for some time, finally signed a deal with his hometown Oakland Raiders last week.
To say that Marshawn Lynch is enjoying his retirement just might be a huge understatement.
The former Seattle Seahawks superstar has been everywhere since calling it a career.
Marshawn Lynch made an appearance on “Conan” Tuesday night and weighed in on Colin Kaepernick’s decision to protest social injustice by kneeling during the national anthem.
Marshwan Lynch may have eased into retirement after a standout NFL career, but it’s clear he hasn’t forgotten about Super Bowl XLIX.
Back in 2006, Marshawn Lynch, then a running back for the Cal Bears, commandeered an injury cart following a victory over the Washington Huskies.