LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Ex-NFL running back, Marshawn Lynch, 36, was arrested Tuesday, August, 9, in Las Vegas on suspicion of driving under the influence. Former Seattle Seahawks, running back, Marshawn Lynch who is famously known by his nickname “Beastmode” and has 5 Pro Bowl selections to his name throughout his career, was pulled over by Las Vegas police for lousy driving.
The LVMPD conducted a vehicle stop at Fairfield Avenue and West Utah Avenue (near Wyoming and Las Vegas) on a driver, later identified as Marshawn Lynch for suspected driver impairment. He was spot driving into curbs on the side of the road before the traffic Stop. After speaking with Lynch, the cops believe he was driving under the influence. Lynch was transported to the Las Vegas City Jail and booked for allegedly driving under the influence, according to Las Vegas police. Lynch did not submit to a breathalyzer test but he had his blood drawn.
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#BREAKING The LVMPD conducted a vehicle stop at Fairfield Avenue and West Utah Avenue (near Wyoming and Las Vegas Blvd) on a driver, later identified as Marshawn Lynch, for suspected driver impairment. (1/2)
— LVMPD (@LVMPD) August 9, 2022
What is Marshawn Lynch’s net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Marshawn Lynch has a net worth of approximately $35 million. Investments in companies and endorsement deals with brands have contributed to the running back’s net worth. Winning his only Super Bowl title with the Seattle Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch is a running back who was originally drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 2007 NFL Draft. Given his aggressive running style and his ability to constantly break tackles, he was given the nickname “Beast Mode.” Marshawn Lynch is also enjoying off-field success in his business ventures and being only 36 he already owns multiple brands apart from endorsing many others. He is a minority owner of the NHL team Seattle Krakens and a ‘budding’ entrepreneur in the cannabis industry as the brand owner of Dodi Blunts. Marshawn Lynch’s humble abode is a $1.1 million 2,831sq ft mansion with five bedrooms and three bathrooms, in Waialua, Hawaii. Lynch owns quite a collection, which includes an ‘86 Honda Civic and V12 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, and a Toyota Prius which he uses as an Uber occasionally. Marshawn Lynch earns approximately between $5 million to $7 million annually which includes his endorsement earnings and business earnings.
Lynch last earned an average annual salary of $1,030,000 as per the terms of his 1-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks. Unlike other players in the league, he reportedly has not spent any of the money he earned in salaries as a professional footballer which amounts to a whopping $56.8 million and claims that his endorsement deals are sufficient to live off of. A two-time NFL rushing touchdowns leader, Lynch had originally retired after the 2015 season but returned to action in 2017 after the Seahawks decided to trade him to his hometown franchise Oakland Raiders. Marshawn Lynch has 5 Pro Bowl selections to his name throughout his career. He created history by being named the first National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) brand chief ambassador in October 2021. His last contract was with the Seattle Seahawks which was a 1-year contract worth $1.03 million in 2019.
Marshawn Lynch is famous for the signature nickname “Beastmode”, which he turned into a lifestyle brand of the same name that sells apparel and merchandise in partnership with online retailer Fanatics. Lynch is also the brains behind an ad-supported cell phone service, Beast Mobile, launched in 2017. This is an innovative way for subscribers to pay phone bills simply by interacting with ads and offers. Lynch is also a skilled BMX biker, and when former Pro BMX rider Todd Lyons learned this, he immediately launched a specially customized bike featuring BMX branding in 2018. Lynch became co-owner of the Indoor Football League (IFL) team, Oakland Panthers, in 2018. He is also a part-owner of a team in Fan Controlled Football( FCF), called Beast. He also joined the ownership group of the USL Championship (soccer) team Oakland Roots SC in April 2021.