The last time we checked in on Marshawn Lynch's American Football Without Barriers (AFWB) trip to Egypt, the "Beast Mode" running back looked to be enjoying retirement while ghost-riding a camel near the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The group's trip to Africa wrapped up earlier this month, but footage surfaced Monday from CNN showing Lynch and nine of his NFL colleagues hosting a football training camp for more than 400 individuals in the area. In the video embedded above, Lynch, sporting a backwards Seahawks cap and gold cleats, can be seen leading a group of Egyptian athletes through a bit of on-field instruction.
"You all showed great teamwork," Lynch is heard saying to a group of campers. "And that's very important in the sport of football."
Lynch's journey overseas was his third with AFWB, having visited Brazil after the 2013 season and Turkey around this time last year.
More on-field footage from Lynch's time with AFWB in Egypt is embedded for you below.