What is the Net Worth of Marshawn Lynch?

Published 10/05/2019, 1:23 PM EDT
Marshawn Lynch


Nicknamed the “beast mode” for his aggressive running and playing style, running back Marshawn Lynch was first drafted in by the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. He was later traded to the Seattle Seahawks in 2010, where he stayed for five years, before announcing retirement. Lynch later applied for reinstation to be signed by the Raiders in 2017, where he played for 2 seasons before retiring from professional football- for the last time as one would assume.

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On-field achievements-

His most productive years came with the Seahawks, where he won the Super Bowl and made four Pro Bowl appearances consecutively between 2011-2014. During that period, he was also the NFL rushing touchdowns leader twice in 2013 and 2014. He also made a Pro Bowl appearance during his time with the Bills.

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Marshawn Lynch net worth-

Lynch’s first contract with the Bills was worth $19 million over six years with a $3 million signing bonus. After he joined the Seahawks, he signed a four year deal for $31 million in 2012 and two years later, he signed a two year extension for $24 million. After he came back from his retirement, he signed for two years with Oakland in 2017 for $9 million with a maximum of $16.5 million. Overall, Lynch’s net worth according to celebrity net worth is $30 million.

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Marshawn Lynch Endorsements-

According to Inc.com, Lynch lives solely off of his endorsement deals and hasn’t spent a dollar of his NFL contract money. For a man of his fame, he would be earning a lot through endorsements. He endorses various multi-billion brands including Microsoft, Nike, Activision and Pepsi.

Marshawn Lynch charity-

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Lynch co-founded the Fam 1st Family Foundation back in 2012 which focuses on mentoring children through developmental workshops to improve their lives. In 2013, he earned a reported six figure income from licensing “Beast Mode”- all of which he donated  to charity.

Age33
ResidenceOakland, California
Source of wealthFootball, Endorsements
Salary$4.5 million per year
Brands endorsedMicrosoft, Activision, Nike, Skittles, Pepsi, Progressive
Marital statusSingle

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Saketh Kandadai

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