Feb 5, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) celebrates on top of a Duckmobile during a Super Bowl championship parade held in downtown Seattle. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Marshawn Lynch dons interesting wardrobe at Seattle Seahawks ring banquet


Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch marches to the beat of his own drum, this much has been proven. Yet he stepped up the “strange” factor a notch or two during the Seahawks ring banquet earlier this week.

That’s because not only did Lynch show up to the event wearing a simple hoodie, but he added a beanie with “Yes Lawd” embroidered on it. What that means is anyone’s guess at this point, especially since we’re talking about Marshawn Lynch here.

[h/t Bleacher Report]

Fellow Seahawks took to the red carpet at the event dressed in their best suits, ties and of course bow ties too. Yet, it wasn’t the rings or yet another celebration of a Super Bowl championship that drew headlines. It was Lynch and his attire that stole the show.

At least the running back didn’t bring skittles to the party this time around.

When Lynch decides to retire, may we suggest buying a home in Austin. After all, its motto is “Keep Austin Weird,” and Lynch sure has done that throughout his career.

Tags: Marshawn Lynch Seattle Seahawks

  • Julie

    Are the reporters really that lost for a story? Just leave Marshawn alone already. I applaude Beast for being true to himself. Why does he have to do what every body else does? The fans enjoy him, the Seahawks organization enjoys him, his teammates enjoy him just the way he is, why pray tell do the reports just have to go on this relentless, stupid campaign of trying to dig at him at every turn? What part of LEAVE BEAST ALONE do you guys not get? Go Beast, Go Hawks

    • Calibandawg

      Notice the banner ad at the top of this piece advertising for ‘columnists’. Such is the nature of tabloid sports reporting; any Andy with a couch, an internet connection and a TV can write this crap even if they are 2000 miles from VMAC.

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