Former Seattle Seahawk Marshawn Lynch hands out 200 Thanksgiving Turkeys in Hawaii


Former Seattle Seahawk Marshawn Lynch knows how to stay busy despite not playing professionally anymore.

With Thanksgiving just right around the corner, Beast Mode was spotted on the roads near the Aloha Stadium in Hawaii, handing out as many as 200 Thanksgiving turkeys since 10:30 a.m. on a first come first serve basis.

The turkey giveaway event is sponsored by Lynch’s Fam 1st Family Foundation, which partnered with Young’s Fish Market, Tamura Super Market, Barefoot League Hawaii, and others.

Former Hawaii football star Chad Owens was also in attendance to help with Lynch and his Turkey giveaway drive.

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Lynch, who last played in the NFL back in January, is known to give back to the community when he has the opportunity to do so. 

The 34-year-old is regularly seen holding food drives in his hometown of Oakland, California, where Lynch has given out Thanksgiving turkeys there as well.

After the video was posted, fans tweeted out about Lynch has his great gesture of giving back to the community.

It is also worth noting that Lynch looks pretty fit still even though he is not playing the game of football still. If the Seahawks needed to give Lynch a call, would he be ready and willing to suit back up?

Knowing Lynch, anything and everything is possible at this point.