Seahawks Fan Names New 'Beast Mode 2.0' Marijuana Strain After Marshawn Lynch

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJanuary 20, 2015

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch walks on the field before an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Carolina Panthers in Seattle, Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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The Seattle Seahawks are back in the Super Bowl, so one fan is doing what he can to celebrate the team's run.

Don't worry, it's legal. Well, in the state of Washington it is.

Nate “Diggity” Johnson is the co-owner of Green Umbrella, a marijuana delivery service. Last year, he released a strain called “Beast Mode O.G.” to pay tribute to the Seahawks' run to the Super Bowl. That name was in honor of Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch.

With the Seahawks arguably looking better than last season's championship team, Diggity and a grower have come up with a new strain that is supposed to be better than last year's—just like the team.

The new strain, according to Stephen Cohen of the Seattle PI, goes by "Beast Mode 2.0" or "Beast Mode Blue Fire."

Here's what Johnson had to say on the new strain, per Cohen:

We’re back in the Super Bowl and better than ever now, so it only makes sense to have a better strain.

There’s no way that you’re getting by smoking this without feeling it, kind of like how Marshawn literally pushes the defense down instead of them pushing him down. It’s going to push you. You’re going to feel it right away.

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This new strain could be a big hit for Seattleites leading up to Super Bowl XLIX. After all, marijuana has been legalized in the state of Washington—as well as Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington, D.C.

[Seattle PI]

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