Marshawn Lynch Coaches Youth Camp, Saves Chicken Wings In Socks - SWX Right Now-Sports for Spokane, CdA, Tri-Cities, WA

Marshawn Lynch Coaches Youth Camp, Saves Chicken Wings In Socks

Posted:
Marshawn Lynch coaching local at-risk youth at his football camp in the Bay Area, sans chicken wings. (Photo: Seahawks) Marshawn Lynch coaching local at-risk youth at his football camp in the Bay Area, sans chicken wings. (Photo: Seahawks)

SWXRightNow.com -- Marshawn Lynch has used his prowess as a Pro-Bowl running back for the Seattle Seahawks to better his hometown community of Oakland, better shown by how thousands of the local youth showed up to his football camp today.

These Bay Area at-risk kids and teens love Lynch, and Beast Mode loves them back with all he does.

 But he also loves chicken wings. John Boyle of Seahawks.com explains:

"At one point Lynch is delivered some chicken wings on the field and he stuffs a few extras in his socks. Yes, you read that right, for a few minutes this millionaire, Pro-Bowl running back was coaching football on a warm July afternoon with chicken wings in his socks, which he later removed and ate."

You read that right, the millionaire leader of the Seahawks' ground attack saved some extra chicken in his SOCKS after having some for during his camp lunch break. See a picture of this incident below.

Lynch is generally known as a fun-loving guy, but this was no joke or stunt. This was a man simply wanting to continue his coaching duties and save a bite for later.

Some may say this is disgusting. Some will hail him as a genius. The truth probably lies somewhere in between... Marshawn Lynch's socks.

  • Seattle SeahawksMore>>

  • Seahawks sign first-round pick Rashaad Penny

    Seahawks sign first-round pick Rashaad Penny

    Photo: Seattle SeahawksPhoto: Seattle Seahawks
    Photo: Seattle SeahawksPhoto: Seattle Seahawks

    Penny, who led the nation in rushing at San Diego State last season, was the No. 27 overall selection in the draft, marking just the second time in the past six drafts that the Seahawks have taken a player in the first round.

    More >>

    Penny, who led the nation in rushing at San Diego State last season, was the No. 27 overall selection in the draft, marking just the second time in the past six drafts that the Seahawks have taken a player in the first round.

    More >>
  • Mock draft has Seahawks trading first-round pick

    Mock draft has Seahawks trading first-round pick

    Photo: Seattle SeahawksPhoto: Seattle Seahawks
    Photo: Seattle SeahawksPhoto: Seattle Seahawks

    The Seahawks are without a second and third-round pick this year and haven't selected a player in the first round in four of the past five seasons.

    More >>

    The Seahawks are without a second and third-round pick this year and haven't selected a player in the first round in four of the past five seasons.

    More >>
  • Seahawks release 2018 schedule

    Seahawks release 2018 schedule

    Seahawks open at Denver on September 9. Photo: SeahawksSeahawks open at Denver on September 9. Photo: Seahawks

    Seattle is scheduled to play five prime-time games, including four at CenturyLink Field, marking the first time the Seahawks have hosted four prime-time games in a season.

    More >>

    Seattle is scheduled to play five prime-time games, including four at CenturyLink Field, marking the first time the Seahawks have hosted four prime-time games in a season.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 SWXRN. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.