Via Mercury News

“I went to go check my brother out and I kind of ran into them after the game,” Lynch said of co-owner Roy Choi (no relation to the celebrity chef) and team president Scott McKibben. “I had a good-ass time while I was at the game. When they said, ‘We’re going to bring a team to Oakland,’ I didn’t really believe that.”

“My whole intention was to come back and play with them until they left,” Lynch, 33, told The Mercury News. “[Arena football] wasn’t something I was looking at — not even a little bit. But when the opportunity presented itself — I’m a big dude on believing in timing and [stuff]. This, at the time, really made sense.”

“This is a given. I’m in with this,” Lynch said. “The [Raiders] will be leaving, but the fans will be here. This is a good opportunity and a good timing to where you will still have those fans, that community, and the pride they bring.”

Marshawn seems to make everything he does more interesting.  

He’ll make things in the Arena league worth watching. . .

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