After two seasons playing for his hometown Oakland Raiders, Marshawn Lynch is not planning to play football again, league sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Lynch, who turned 33 on Monday, plans to move on to the next phase of his life.

Lynch’s stint with the Raiders had highs and lows, but “Beast Mode” continued to be entertaining and productive.

Last season, he was tied for fifth in the AFC with 331 rushing yards through Week 5 when he suffered what eventually became a season-ending groin injury against the Seattle Seahawks, his former team, in London.

He finished the 2018 season with an average of 4.2 yards per carry, scoring three touchdowns in six games.

Lynch rushed for 1,267 yards on 297 carries in 21 games over two seasons with the Raiders, who acquired him in an April 2017 trade with the Seahawks after he retired and didn’t play in 2016.

The first time Lynch retired came after nine NFL seasons, during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl 50 in February 2016, when the Pro Bowl running back tweeted a photo of cleats dangling over a wire with a “peace out” emoji.

In 11 NFL seasons, Lynch ranks fourth among active players with 10,379 rushing yards, and his 93 total touchdowns and 12,593 total yards rank fifth.

He was a great one.

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