[Dallas,TX – October 26th]
Marshawn Lynch majored in social welfare at the prestigious University of California, Berkeley. He attended graduate school after leaving the school’s football team following a tremendous three-year career.
For all intents and purposes, Lynch is a smart and engaging individual off the field — even if his relationship with the media might attempt to spin this into a different narrative.
Still, he’s not necessarily the first member of the Seattle Seahawks that we would envision handing out advice on retirement plans.
This hasn’t stopped members of the Seahawks from bypassing Sherman and Wilson to take up 401K advice from Lynch.
In an interview with ESPN Tyler Lockett Mentioned this:
“Marshawn (Lynch) helps me with a lot of things as far as understanding my worth,” wide receiver Tyler Lockett said on Monday, via ESPN.com. “He’s a great guy. Even at practice, he’s helped us with the 401K, talked to us about that. … He helps us with a lot of stuff.”