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Marshawn Lynch's Mom Defends Her Son From Article Saying Seahawks Can Win Without Him

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DELISA LYNCH MARSHAWN
California running back Marshawn Lynch is hugged by his mother DeLisa Lynch, right, at his former high school, Oakland Technical High School, in Oakland, Calif., Saturday, April 28, 2007, after he was picked by the Buffalo Bills as the No. 12 pick overall in the NFL football draft. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma) | ASSOCIATED PRESS

It seems like "Beast Mode" runs in the family.

While Marshawn Lynch has been holding out from Seahawks training camp in the hopes of gaining a new contract, ESPN's Terry Blount recently suggested that defending Super Bowl champs can still be competitive without the four-time Pro Bowler. Lynch's mother, DeLisa Lynch, took exception to this opinion and was not shy about letting Blount know that in the comments section of his article.

"WOW !!! DID ANYONE TAKE IN TO CONSUDERATION THE GAME WAS WON BY A TEAM EFFORT TO ME IN THE 1ST HALF.NOT EVEN THE FACT THAT THE BRONCOS WERE TRYING TO HURT MARSHAWN LITTERLY IN THE 2ND HALF AND HIM BEING THE HUMBLE PLAYER HE IS WANTED HIS OTHER RUNNING BACK TO HAVE SOME PLAY TIME TOO .SO WAS IT REALLY NECESSARY FOR HIM TO CONTINUE TO PLAY .??? MAN REPORTERS DONT THINK THEY GUESS , I GUESS THATS WHY HE HATES REPORTERS , SORTA NAKING ME FEEL THAT WAY TOO !!!! : ( STOP GUESSING JUST REPORT THE FACTS PLEASE."

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