Marshawn Lynch returns wallet to fan

ByTerry Blount ESPN logo
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Marshawn Lynch did his good deed for the day Tuesday after a man said the Seattle Seahawks running back returned his wallet that had been dropped at a gas station in Marysville, Washington.

A Marysville resident named Jason Lynch said on Facebook that he unknowingly dropped the wallet while getting gas at the station. He is not related to Marshawn, but he clearly is a fan as he's wearing a No. 24 Seahawks jersey in a photo on his Facebook page.

Jason Lynch explained on his Facebook page that he thought about approaching the Seattle running back for a picture after he pulled up at the gas station but "decided not to bother him" and instead went to pick up his son.

Upon arriving home, Jason Lynch said his neighbor knocked on his door to tell him that Marshawn Lynch and receiver Ricardo Lockette had dropped the wallet off.

"Crazy! ... I can't thank them guys enough for bringing it back and for making my neighbor a very happy lady for getting to a chance to meet them," Jason Lynch said on Facebook.

He later tweeted a thank-you to Marshawn Lynch for returning his wallet and got a retweet in return:

Marshawn Lynch and some of his teammates visited Marysville-Pilchuck High School on Tuesday and took part in an assembly. Five people lost their lives at the school in a shooting incident on Oct. 24.

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