Marshawn Lynch Brings the Bay to Egypt

Marshawn Lynch

Marshawn Lynch Brings the Bay to Egypt

Retired NFL running back ghost rides the camel.

Published March 1, 2016

Marshawn Lynch is definitely enjoying his retirement so far.

The former running back, who announced his retirement from the NFL via a tweet on Super Bowl Sunday last month, is currently in Egypt, riding around on camels... and loving his life.

Beastmode brought the Bay Area to Egypt, blasting Oakland hip-hop, while shouting out his hood and yelling, "Out here riding on camelbacks" and at one point, "We ghost riding the camel right now, you feel me?" E-40 would be proud, Marshawn.

The footage can be seen on TMZ Sports, which reported that Lynch is in Egypt with nine NFL stars as part of the American Football Without Borders camp, designed to introduce the sport to other countries around the globe.

At one point during their trip, Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron is seen catching a pass on a pyramid. Touchdown!

Less than a month after announcing his retirement, it's good to see Lynch having a great time.

Maybe he can make "ghost riding the camel" a new wave in Egypt.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla


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