Marshawn Lynch Gives Very Brief Interviews at Super Bowl Media Sessions

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 28, 2014

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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch hasn't talked to the media very much this season. 

UPDATE: Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. ET

After Tuesday's short appearance at Super Bowl Media Day, Lynch was just as quick to leave on Wednesday. The NFL on FOX gave an unofficial time of the running back's latest media session:

Lynch didn't say much during this session, but when he did speak, he made his words count. Fullback Michael Robinson helped his teammate get through the media session and helped bring some life to the interviews, via World Flash News: 

He hasn't talked a lot, but Lynch's interviews this week have been very memorable.

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When he finally got in front of a microphone at Super Bowl Media Day on Tuesday, though, he ended up giving arguably the best interview of the day.

NFL Network's Deion Sanders caught up to Lynch and got him to open up a little bit: (Warning: Video contains NSFW language.)

Beast Mode is "just about that action, boss." Classic.

At first, it didn't look like Lynch was going to do much talking, via CBS Sports' Gregg Doyel:

That led to NFL Network's Albert Breer bringing up a possible fine for the running back:

It's up in the air whether or not the Seahawks star will, or should, be fined. The Associated Press' Barry Wilner wrote that the Seahawks star could be subject to a fine, but Yahoo Sports' Eric Edholm tweeted out information that suggests Lynch won't be fined:

Here's the unofficial time that Lynch spent at media day, via NFL on ESPN:

Lynch didn't talk very much at media day, but he left his mark on the event.

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