Marshawn Lynch Snubs Reporters
Marshawn Lynch showed up at Super Bowl media day. Barely.
The Seattle click Seahawks running back, who wasn’t given a podium, spoke to the media for six minutes and 20 seconds Tuesday before retreating to a back wall at the Prudential Center.
In his few minutes of talking with the media, Lynch said his fans weren’t worried about what he would say.
“They just want to make sure I show up to perform,” he said.
Lynch ignored the media from that point on except for granting the see NFL Network a brief interview, when he repeatedly said that media day “ain’t my thing.”
“No need to talk about it,” Lynch told NFL Network. “Was raised like that. … Game time, though, I’ll be there.” Read full story here
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