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Lynch goes Beastmode in kickball

Oakland, CA (KOLD) - Marshawn Lynch has two switches. Beastmode. And more Beastmode.

In a recent kickball game against a team led by Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Josh Johnson, the Seattle Seahawk launched two home runs. When Johnson tried to stop Lynch from rounding the bases, Lynch turned Johnson into the New Orleans defense and playfully plowed through him to score. 

It was all for a good cause. The game was played during Lynch's Family First community bbq. 

Actually to be honest the most impressive part of the video? Just how far Lynch kicks the ball. If football doesn't work for him he could always try out for that other football squad. You know...the men's national team. 

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