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Marshawn Lynch Thanks Seahawks Owner Paul Allen, 12s In Full-Page Seattle Times Ad

Marshawn Lynch, who came out of retirement to join the Oakland Raiders last week, thanked Seahawks owner Paul Allen and the 12s through an ad in Sunday's Seattle Times.

Marshawn Lynch, who hung up his cleats) following the 2015 NFL season, came out of what had been an eventful year of retirement last week to sign a deal with the Raiders, and on his way back to his hometown of Oakland, the longtime Seahawks running back thanked club owner Paul Allen and the 12s through a full-page ad that ran in this past Sunday's Seattle Times.

The Seahawks originally acquired Lynch in 2010 through a trade with the Buffalo Bills and he quickly became a fan favorite in the Pacific Northwest, where he earned four of his six career Pro Bowl nods and rushed for 1,200-plus yards and double-digit touchdowns each year from 2011 to 2014.

Fans hoping to get their hands on the April 30 edition of Sunday's paper can use this order form on the Seattle Times' website.

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