Coming Soon: “Marshawn Takes Munich” – Senior Reporter
With the Seahawks heading to Germany next month, get ready to experience, as Marshawn Lynch describes it, some “International Beast Mode.”
Lynch recently visited Munich, which will be the site of the Seahawks’ Week 10 game against the Buccaneers, and was there to document the experience. And starting on Nov. 1, you can experience Bavarian Beast Mode with the multi-episode series, “Marshawn Takes Munich.”
Based off the teaser released on Wednesday, “Marshawn Takes Munich” will feature Lynch visiting FC Bayern Munich and their home stadium, Allianz Arena, which will host the Seahawks and Buccaneers on November 13.
Former Bayern Munich player and Seahawks fan Claudio Pizarro chats with Lynch, offending the running back by saying, “The quarterback is the most important player on the team,” leading to Lynch jokingly ending the conversation.
Lynch is also seen briefly sporting lederhosen, saying, “Oh hell no. Nope.”
There’s sure to be a lot more entertaining material provided by Lynch, beginning with the November 1 premiere of “Marshawn Takes Munich.”
As Lynch says, “Y’all stay tuned, get ready to see how we’re rocking out here in Munich.”
Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from Week 7 vs. the Los Angeles Chargers on October 23, 2022 at SoFi Stadium. Eye On The Hawks is presented by Western Washington Toyota Dealers.
Bruce Irvin sits alone with his thoughts before leaving the locker room.
Bruce Irvin is greeted on game day morning by assistant coaches. Irvin, a former first round draft pick who played five seasons with the Seahawks previously, signed with the team again and made the trip to Los Angeles.
Poona Ford walks to the buses for the game against the Chargers.
Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith makes his way to the team buses for the game day ride to SoFi Stadium.
Receiver Tyler Lockett stretches before the game.
Head coach Pete Carroll talks with Mark Sanchez prior to the game. Sanchez, a former player of Carroll’s at USC, is now a broadcast analyst.
Geno Smith takes his early warmup throws.
Seahawks offensive skill position players huddle on the field after their early warmup session.
12’s in the stands were ready to welcome Bruce Irvin back to the team.
Dee Eskridge and Darwin Thompson relax on the sideline before pregame warmups.
Seahawks linebacker Boye Mafe sits at his locker before the game.
Seahawks safeties Quandre Diggs and Ryan Neal hydrate in the locker room before the game.
Quarterback Geno Smith prepares to leave the locker room.
Geno Smith leads the Seahawks into SoFi Stadium.
Darrell Taylor walks onto the field.
Captains Al Woods, Quandre Diggs and Nick Bellore meeting with officials and the Cardinals captains for the coin toss.
Geno Smith fires a pass from a clean pocket provided by his offensive line including center Austin Blythe (63).
Running back Kenneth Walker III makes a Chargers defender miss in open field.
Receiver Marquise Goodwin makes a touchdown reception for the first of his two scores.
Safety Ryan Neal intercepts a pass across the middle.
Seahawks defenders celebrate in the end zone after Ryan Neal’s interception.
Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III drags Chargers defenders with him into the end zone for a touchdown.
Seattle’s Myles Adams pressures Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert.
Seahawks linebacker Darrell Taylor strips the ball from Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert which Taylor then recovered and returned for more yardage.
Marquise Goodwin leaps high to snag his second touchdown pass from Geno Smith in the first half.
Marquise Goodwin celebrates his touchdown with an end zone “long jump” that paid homage to his track career which saw him compete as a long jumper in the 2012 Olympics.
At halftime, Geno Smith and quarterbacks coach Dave Canales listen to offensive coordinator Shane Waldron as he talks to the offense in the locker room.
Offensive line coach Andy Dickerson talks to his players in the locker room at halftime.
Receiver Tyler Lockett signals “first down” after a clutch third down grab to help extend a long drive in the third quarter.
After the Seahawks took a safety in the third quarter, Darrell Taylor gathered the defense around him before they retook the field.
Kenneth Walker III heads to the end zone at the end of a 74-yard scoring play that helped ice the game.
On the sidelines, Darrell Taylor celebrates with Uchenna Nwosu.
12s seated behind the Seahawks bench celebrate towards the end of the game.
In the locker room, Bruce Irvin is congratulated by assitant coach Aaron Curry.
In the postgame locker room, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll recognizes the play of Uchenna Nwosu on his return to face his former team.
Twelve numbers that help tell the story of the Seahawks’ Week 10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Local and national media react to Seattle’s 21-16 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Five years after Marquise and Morgan Goodwin lost a son who was born prematurely, he honored his son after catching a touchdown in Sunday’s game in Munich.
The Seahawks linebacker came up with his first career interception while preventing Buccaneers QB Tom Brady from setting an NFL record.
The Seahawks’ comeback attempt fell short in a 21-16 loss to the Buccaneers.
Interviews, transcripts, and press conferences from Week 10 at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
Interviews, transcripts, and press conferences from Week 10 at Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.
Rewinding Week 10 with interviews, highlights, press conference audio, and more.
An electric atmosphere at Allianz Arena made the first NFL regular-season game in Germany a memorable one for both teams.
Receiver Dee Eskridge left Sunday’s game with a hand injury, but the Seahawks came out of the game pretty healthy otherwise.
Notes and takeaways from a 21-16 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Munich, Germany. senior reporter John Boyle checks in from Munich to recap the team’s third day in Munich.
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