Marshawn Lynch Has Privately Expressed Interest In Playing For Patriots

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Marshawn Lynch reportedly has privately expressed interest in Patriots.

Retired running back Marshawn Lynch has been linked to the Oakland Raiders this offseason, but it seems like he is also interested in other teams.

If this rumor is true, the most important bit of info is that Lynch will return and play for someone else if the Raiders end up declining to meet his contract demands or if Oakland can't work out a trade deal with Seattle. Lynch retired in 2016 in an announcement on Twitter, one year after Seattle's tough loss to New England in Super Bowl XLIX. Tom Brady, 39, could probably throw a touchdown if he had a sack of flour and a half-awake tortoise for wide receivers.

Well, unless you are a Seahawks fan like Macklemore. Had Lynch rushed for a touchdown on that play, he would likely already have two Super Bowl rings to his name and not feel like there is unfinished business in the NFL. Marshawn, judging by the way he infamously shunned reporters during press events, isn't thirsty for the spotlight. Lynch, an Oakland native will bring a lot of versatility and power to the run game to compliment their entertaining and exciting passing attack by their superstar quarterback in David Carr.

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Lynch didn't play last season after calling it quits following 2015.

Now, there are some issues with Marshawn's return. But, the Raiders don't want to take on that salary and give up a pick to get him from Seattle. He was coming off a very unproductive season that was marred by inconsistency and injuries. His Beast Mode store in Oakland even possesses a sign warning grown men to not ask for a selfie with the former National Football League running back (and Oakland native who has been considering an National Football League comeback with his hometown Raiders).

Still, if there is anyone who could make a comeback, it would be the man who got an entire country to call him "Beast Mode".

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