Marshawn Lynch: A Man of Lil Boosie and Lil Words

Stephen A. Crockett Jr.
Running back Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks looks on during the game against the St. Louis Rams at CenturyLink Field on Dec. 29, 2013, in Seattle.
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Marshawn Lynch still isn't talking. Well sort of. After being fined $100,000 for refusing to do an interview, the Seattle Seahawks running back said only 55 words to answer 22 questions following Sunday's 19-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals. He won't talk about his back or dancing with the cheerleaders, but he will talk about Lil Boosie or his charity work. 

Below is the transcript of Marshawn Lynch's postgame interview, thanks to George Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune:

On the offensive line: Yeah
How does defense compare to other's you've seen this year: [inaudible]
You on the sidelines there, is the back all right?: Yeah
How important was it to keep the ball on the ground: inaudible
How did back feel: Yeah
You got those heating pads in your cleats: I got a foundation called Edgewater, on Dec. 14 to help benefit inner city youth in Oakland. We are trying to raise money to build a youth center.
Can you talk about this win against Arizona today: Yeah
How about big game against the 49ers this week: Yeah
How are you feeling: Yeah
Thoughts on defense, how they played: Yeah
Anything to add about today: Yeah
Questions about [Lil Boosie], we can talk about that: Boosie.
You had some tough yards on the ground, but you were able to catch some balls out of the backfield, was that part of the game plan: Maybe
Dancing with the cheerleaders, was that planned or spontaneous: I don't know
Still having fun: Yeah
Tough to rebound from Thursday: Maybe
What did you listen to on the bus coming here: ["]No Juice["]
Talk about the Cardinals defense: Yeah
What happened to your hand: I don't know
What did you think of Russell's day, overall: Yeah
How is your back doing: Yeah
You don't want to do a phone interview for about two minutes do you: No  


So, "yeah."

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