Marshawn Lynch Visits Amish Country In Return Of "Marshawn 'N Yo' City"
For 13 seasons, including seven in Seattle, Seahawks Legend Marshawn Lynch electrified on the field for three franchises (Seahawks, Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders). Off the field, the Cal alum's bubbling personality has led to plenty of big and small-screen opportunities. For the second season, Lynch lends his comedic nature to Amazon Prime Video's Thursday Night Football broadcast with his "Marshawn 'N Yo' City" tour segment.
Last month, Lynch starred on the big screen in the mature teen comedy “Bottoms,” providing laughs and advice as a gym teacher helping the bullied get revenge on their adolescent peers. Last October, Lynch joined Amazon Prime's Thursday Night Football team with a special role, touring the country to learn more about each home team's culture - Beastmode style. The brash, witty and uncensored Oakland native traveled to Pennsylvania this week for TNF's 2023 opener between the Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles. In each area of the tour, Lynch partakes in activities and excursions, learning the lay of the land from community leaders and businesses. This week, Lynch visited Pennsylvania's Amish Country to do everything from ride a horse-and-carriage to milking cows.
Last season, Lynch entertained football fans with his adventures and one-on-one interviews with stars and former teammates. With a long slate of Thursday games remaining for the 2023 season, be sure to tune in every Thursday to "Marshawn 'N Yo' City" every week to see where Marshawn will show up next.
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