The Raiders officially don't retire numbers. The number worn during two stints by cornerback Charles Woodson isn't unofficially retired, either.
It's official. Marshawn Lynch is an Oakland Raiders running back.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch. That sounds weird, right?
The last time there were reports that Marshawn Lynch was on his way to officially joining the Raiders, Lynch threw cold water on them and said that he'd let us know when "s--t gets REAL.
With the Seattle Seahawks reportedly agreeing to a deal that will send Marshawn Lynch to the Oakland Raiders , the former All-Pro running back spoke about the move on Twitter...
Marshawn Lynch has agreed to a deal with the Oakland Raiders, and he is planning to announce that deal to his hometown in a big way.Lynch, who grew up in Oakland, is reportedly going to sign autographs
Running back Marshawn Lynch is reportedly set to officially announce his arrival to the Oakland Raiders with a block party in Oakland, California, on Thursday, according to Clarence Hill Jr...
Because of the relationship between the General Managers involved in the soon-to-be-finished Marshawn Lynch deal and the urgencies each side felt, the compensation didn't figure to be complicated or excessive. And it's not.
Now that a physical is the only thing standing in the way of Marshawn Lynch being traded to the Raiders, it looks more and more like Beast Mode will suit up for his hometown team in 2017.It's been a
The last time NFL Media told us a deal was in place between the Raiders and Marshawn Lynch, it wasn't. And Lynch himself made things clear with this tweet: "If u kno me you kno my business is my business and if u don't kno me that's a fun fact for ya...