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Marshawn Lynch Net Worth

Marshawn Lynch Net Worth

Marshawn Lynch Net Worth

2012 became a turning point in the Seahawks franchise: the rookie season of Russell Wilson. Wilson's rookie year was a solid one not just because of him, but because Marshawn Lynch had the greatest season of his career; appearing in all 16 games for the first time in his career, Lynch obliterated his career high and finished the season with 1,590 rushing yards, third in the NFL. Making the playoffs as a wild card team, Seattle defeated Washington in the first round thanks in large part to Lynch's 132 rushing yards and touchdown before falling to Matt Ryan's Falcons in the next round. After the season, Lynch was named to his first All-Pro First Team and signed a four-year extension worth $30 million in the offseason.

Marshawn Lynch

2012 became a turning point in the Seahawks franchise: the rookie season of Russell Wilson. Wilson's rookie year was a solid one not just because of him, but because Marshawn Lynch had the greatest season of his career; appearing in all 16 games for the first time in his career, Lynch obliterated his career high and finished the season with 1,590 rushing yards, third in the NFL. Making the playoffs as a wild card team, Seattle defeated Washington in the first round thanks in large part to Lynch's 132 rushing yards and touchdown before falling to Matt Ryan's Falcons in the next round. After the season, Lynch was named to his first All-Pro First Team and signed a four-year extension worth $30 million in the offseason.

Given the chance to have a starting role in his sophomore year, Marshawn broke out in a big way. He surpassed 100 rushing yards in 6 of the 9 games he appeared in during the regular season, including a 189-yard 2 touchdown performance against Oregon. Cal made the Las Vegas Bowl against Brigham Young University and came out victorious in a 35-28 game, thanks in large part to a monster performance from Lynch: 194 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. He was named bowl MVP and finished the season with 1,246 rushing yards.rookie season of Russell Wilson. Wilson's rookie year was a solid one not just because of him, but because Marshawn Lynch had the greatest season of his career; appearing in all 16 games for the first time in his career, Lynch obliterated his career high and finished the season with 1,590 rushing yards, third in the NFL. Making the playoffs as a wild card team, Seattle defeated Washington in the first round thanks in large part to Lynch's 132 rushing yards and touchdown before falling to Matt Ryan's Falcons in the next round. After the season, Lynch was named to his first All-Pro First Team and signed a four-year extension worth $30 million in the offseason. (Source: www.thestreet.com)

 

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