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By Alex Greig
Published: 20:48 BST, 3 February 2014 | Updated: 22:44 BST, 3 February 2014
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He’s a man of maybe a couple words, yet what Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, 27, needs in discussion he more than makes up for in move moves.

During the post-match press-conference, the broadly unsocial player articulated a maybe a couple sentences – what’s more, at that point picked to express his bliss over the team’s triumph through the medium of dance.
Wearing a red hoodie, coordinating sweat pants, dark cap, gold earphones what’s more, with a dark scarf covering his mouth, Lynch stopped his iPod into a few speakers what’s more, turned up the volume on ‘Ready 2 Ride’ by Oakland rapper Philthy Rich.
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Victory dance: Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks celebrates in the locker room after their 43-8 triumph over the Denver Mustangs amid Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium

Then ‘Beast Mode’ started dancing: moving alone, like no one was watching. The happy developments likely communicated Lynch’s sentiments better than any words could.

And he had each reason to celebrate: He scored a touchdown for his group in the second quarter of the game. The Seahawks raged home beating the Denver Mustangs decisively, 43 to eight.
Lynch’s hesitance to talk to the media is well documented. In 2013, he was fined $50,000 for declining to talk to the media all through the 2013 NFL season.

The NFL afterward concurred not to gather the expense as long as Lynch guaranteed to go along with the league’s media approaches going forward – disappointment to do so will result in a $100,000 fine.

Not shy: Lynch’s hesitance has nothing to day with introversion
Solo show: Lynch didn’t require anybody to join him in his performance

In the bag: Marshawn Lynch on the sidelines amid the third quarter against the Denver Horses amid Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium on February 2

He did oversee a maybe a couple words recently – 43, to be exact – be that as it may Lynch has continuously been a man who accepts activities talk louder than words.

During the pre-Super Bowl Media Day, he overseen six minutes on the platform replying journalists questions some time recently bolting.

Later, NFL media’s Deion Sanders overseen to corner him as he made his getaway what’s more, the two had a one-on-one in which Lynch made his sentiments on sit without moving babble clear.

‘I ain’t never seen no talking winning nothing. Been like that since I was little. I was raised like that,’ he said.

‘I’m going to get it. Don’t require to talk about it.’

The Ace Football Journalists of America did not agree.
Big win: Lynch celebrates with fans after the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football diversion against the Denver Mustangs Sunday, February 2

‘Several of our long-standing what’s more, high profile individuals were shocked by Mr Lynch’s direct what’s more, refusal to reply any questions,’ the explanation read, per ProFootballTalk.

Seahawks mentor Pete Carroll wasn’t concerned.

‘I heard he did a incredible six minutes,’ Seahawks mentor Pete Carroll said, reports NFL.com. ‘Some entertainers make a profession off of that.’

The NFL agrees: ‘Players are required to take an interest what’s more, he participated,’ NFL representative Brian McCarthy said.
All action: Lynch (24) is handled by Denver Broncos’ Nate Irving (56) amid the to begin with half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football amusement Sunday

And the 43 words?
On winning the Super Bowl: ‘Dream come true.’
On that touchdown run: ‘Kicked it all off, boss.’
On him not celebrating on the field: ‘Man, [my teammates] know how I feel about it. This is enormous time. This has been a convention since I came, since forever. It’s just what I do. Everyone knows it. They regard it.’
On on the off chance that it’s the best day of his life: ‘Next to being born.’

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