(Video) Sports: Muhammad Ali’s Grandson Says His Idol Marshawn Lynch Consoled Him After Ali’s Death

Biaggio Ali Walsh is the grandson of the late, great Muhammad Ali.  Walsh is also a football star about to begin college, and says that his sports idol Marshawn Lynch, helped lift his spirits after his grandfather’s death.

(Video) NFL: Marshawn Lynch’s Younger Brother Shows The Beast Mode Gene Runs In The Family

DaVonte Lynch, younger brother of retired running back Marshawn Lynch, plays football at division II New Mexico Highlands University but he runs like an NFL pro. The younger Lynch put the family genes on full display with this epic touchdown run that is actually from last season but was recently shared. He is getting ready to start his season year so there should be plenty of more highlights like this to come.

(Video) NFL: Marshawn Lynch Has Priceless Reaction Once He Finds Out What Pokemon Go Is

Marshawn Lynch should be happy he had no idea what Pokemon Go was until a couple days ago. Not that he strikes me as someone who would ever play the game to begin with. Marcus Peters of the Kansas City Chiefs begins to explain the game and Marshawn replies with “what the f*ck is y’all talking about?” before referring to them as “peeky-man”. Check the video below. Even after being told about the game I don’t think you will ever see beastmode walking down the street with his phone at all different angles.

(Video) NFL: LOL Important Life Lesson From Marshawn Lynch: ‘Run Thru a Muthaf–ker Face’

Marshawn Lynch did a rare interview with 60 Minute Sports a couple weeks ago but this gem has been circulating around the Internet and I had to post it.

(Video) NFL: Can Marshawn Lynch Escape The Wild?

If Marshawn Lynch isn’t coming back to the NFL…he’s clealy got to find some way to support himself. Why not reality TV?! But this is not Love And Hip Hop…this is surviving the wild with Bear Grylls’ “Running Wild”!

NFL: Marshawn Lynch Makes It Clear He’s Staying Retired: “I’m done. I’m not playing football anymore”

During the Super Bowl, Lynch tweeted a picture literally hanging up his cleats to announce his retirement.  Since then, there’s been speculation that maybe he could come back; his teammate Richard Sherman added to that by saying he wouldn’t put a change of heart past Lynch. But in his first public interview since announcing his retirement, Lynch officially closed the door on coming back.

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