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Travis Calvert

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Marshawn Lynch has just returned from retirement to play for the Oakland Raiders. He recently was known as “Beast Mode” because he just ran people over like a raging beast. Recently people have been upset with Marshawn Lynch because he sat down during the National Anthem during a game. But let’s move back a little bit. Marshawn Lynch was drafted to the Buffalo Bills in 2007. He played on the Bills for 3 years before he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2010. His time on the Seattle were great but the best part of his years on the Seahawks was the “Beast Mode Run”. But his years as a Seahawk were full of injuries which 2 years ago caused him to retire as an NFL player. Over his time in retirement he has done plenty of interviews questioning his retirement and future. Lots of people were gossiping if he should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Plenty of people said no he didn’t have the potential to be a Hall of Fame inductee. But his years of retirement weren’t all bad he did a Skittles commercial, a Sprite Commercial, and he was featured on Conan. His next game will be August 6, 2017.

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