Marshawn Lynch has officially retired from the NFL but there are still several rumors suggesting his return to the league. But, according to his cousin, rapper Mistah F.A.B., the former Seattle Seahawks running back, popularly known as Beast Mode, has no plans of making a professional comeback.
In February of this year, during the Super Bowl 50 event, Lynch took to Twitter to officially announce his retirement from the NFL. But, even though it seems the athlete has already made up his mind, various sources still believe that his decision is not yet final.
For instance, a recent article from ESPN noted that there is still a possibility that Lynch will return to the NFL. After all, he's only been retired for four months which means there's still a strong chance that a part of him is still thinking and acting like an active professional athlete.
Also, once the 2016 rolls in, he could get the urge to join in the fun of playing professional football.
However, Mistah F.A.B. apparently squashed all these rumors earlier this week during his appearance at the radio program "The Breakfast Club." During the show, the rapper talked about what his cousin is currently doing and his potential career in the NFL.
According to the artist though, Lynch will no longer play in the NFL.
"He's done," he said during the program according to TMZ. "It's not fun to him anymore."
Mistah F.A.B., however, did not go into detail as to why Lynch is no longer enjoying being in the NFL. This remains a mystery since he became known as the Beast Mode due to his powerful presence on the field.
But then again, maybe Lynch has found a new calling in life that he wants to purse. According to reports, since his retirement, he has been busy with various types of charity work.
For instance, he was previously in Egypt for the American Football Without Barriers program before heading out to Haiti with former Seahawks teammate Cliff Avril to build a school.
And, according to his cousin, Lynch wants to start a program of his own that's focused on being a mentor to young athletes.