The Seattle Seahawks have committed to Marshawn Lynch and he has the smile to prove it.
Lynch and Seattle agreed the other day on a 4-year contract worth around $31 million. The first big purchase by the running back is a grill. Not a Weber Grill. Fake teeth that say “Seahawks”. He also sports a set that says “Beast Mode”.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch had to find someway to blow part of his new four-year, $31 million contract. And if the four year deal wasn't a sign of a commitment to the Seahawks, his new purchase definitely is. The Pro Bowl running back had some jewelry made for his mouth - a custom-made Seahawks grill. The Seahawks grill will be Lynch's "go-to grill...
Sunday night Marshawn Lynch signed a four-year, $31 million contract, $18 million guaranteed, with the Seattle Seahawks.
This news came shortly after rumors surfaced that the team would not hesitate to apply the franchise tag if the two parties failed to agree upon a long-term contract.
Lynch rushed for 1,204 yards and 12 touchdowns in the 2011 season.
These numbers helped to...
“Going shopping for grills. This is not my first rodeo.”
And so begins a five-minute video of Marshawn Lynch shopping for a new grill, which is highly BEEF MOE behavior. On this trip, Marshawn is on the hunt for a grill that has the Seahawks team name emblazoned across it. Sounds like that long-term deal he just signed has Marshawn thinking commitment. You’re not a real BEEF...
Feed the Beast!!
The Seattle Seahawks started off their offseason moves with a bang, re-signing RB Marshawn Lynch. The deal is over 4 years and has a maximum tender of $31. $18 million is guaranteed to Lynch over the course of the contract.
According to Andy Bunker of the Mitch in the Morning show on 950 KJR, Lynch can take that $31 million and buy “44,927, 565 bags. Or 2.6 Billion...
The Seattle Seahawks and Running Back Marshawn Lynch agreed on a four-year contract extension that will pay Lynch $32 million with $18 million in guarantees.
Lynch was one of the biggest surprises in Fantasy Football last season, scoring a Touchdown in 11 straight games. Lynch should get plenty of carries again in 2012, making him a solid RB2 in most Fantasy formats.
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch just signed a new contract with the franchise for a whole lot of skittles money. The four-year deal keeps Lynch in Seattle for 4-years and is worth $31 million with $18 million of that guaranteed. Lynch is coming off of his best season as an NFL pro. He rushed for 1,204 yards [...]
Two days ago, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch signed a four-year deal to stay in Seattle and decided to use some of that cash to buy a grill.
Now, we're not talking about a barbecue but the jewelry teeth worn by many famous rappers such as Paul Wall and Lil Jon.
Below the folks over at the NOC followed Lynch in his attempt to purchase a Seahawks version...
I once dressed as Paul Wall for Halloween by carefully attaching two Double Mint gum wrappers to the upper and lower fronts of my teeth as to give the appearance of his famous "grill". Obviously that was before Seattle Seahawks star running back shot this video for NOC where he gives you the step by step process for getting a real blinged out grill.
First reported by the Seattle PI Seahawks blog check out this video of Marshawn Lynch's new goto grill for 2012.
Lynch, who just signed a four-year contract reportedly worth $31 million, said the Seahawks grill will be his “go-to teeth for 2012."
His new supplement is a clip-on device and was made in his hometown of Oakland.
Nice vid from the Network of Champions...
Football is slowly regaining momentum again. Here's a few recent Seahawk notes:
Marshawn Lynch was successfully re-signed by the Seahawks last evening. Lynch's four-year contract is worth $31 million, with $18 million in guarantees. He will be 29 years old at the end of his contract (that is, if he makes it that far).
Leroy Hill's charge for marijuana possession has...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) is swarmed by New Orleans Saints defenders during the first quarter of their NFL football game in New Orleans, Louisiana November 21, 2010. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
ESPN’s John Clayton believes that the Saints’ “bounty program” is worse than Spygate. His colleague Ashley Fox writes that...
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