Winning his only Super Bowl title with the Seattle Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch is a running back who was originally drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 2007 NFL Draft. Given his aggressive running style and his ability to constantly break tackles, he was given the nickname "Beast Mode". A two-time NFL rushing touchdowns leader, Lynch had originally retired after the 2015 season but returned to action in 2017 after the Seahawks decided to trade him to his hometown franchise Oakland Raiders.
Only the 31st player in NFL history to rush for over 10,000 rushing yards, Marshawn Lynch has 5 Pro Bowl selections to his name throughout his career and has an estimated net worth of $30 million.
Marshawn Lynch Salary
When the 32-year-old had originally retired after the 2015 season, he had accumulated $49.7 million in cumulative salaries. His final season then was also the one where he earned the most, pocketing a little over $12 million in salaries.
Upon returning from retirement, Lynch signed a 2-year $9 million contract, one that is set to expire in the next few days with his future status being in doubt.
Marshawn Lynch Endorsements
It was only in 2016 that it was revealed that Marshawn Lynch had used very little of $49.7 million salary earnings and lived mostly off endorsement money. However, the claim made good sense given the fact that Lynch was one of the highest-paid endorsers in his prime.
Lynch has worked with several big players in their respective fields such as Microsoft, Activision, Nike, Skittles, Pepsi, and Progressive.
Marshawn Lynch Charity Work
Marshawn Lynch co-founded the Fam 1st Family Foundation back in 2012 which focuses on mentoring children through developmental workshops to improve their lives. An organization doing much to help children, their yearly calendar always has fun events listed on it such as Family Bowling Night or the Talent Show.
|Source of wealth||Professional NFL player, Endorsements|
|Salary||$4.5 million per year|
|Endorsement earnings||$5 million in 2016*|
|Brands endorsed||Microsoft, Activision, Nike, Skittles, Pepsi, Progressive|
|Charities supported||Fam 1st Family Foundation|
*Note: No reliable data for Lynch's endorsement earnings post 2016 has been made available.
Updated on 5 March 2019