Marshawn Lynch Now Has His Own 'Beast Mode' Jeep

Jan 02, 2016 01:11 PM EST | John Nassivera

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Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch now has a Jeep that has earned the same nickname.

The Seattle Seahawks running back, who is currently sitting out with an injury, worked with Portland, Ore.-based dealership McLoughlin Jeep to create the new vehicle, according to CBSSports.

ESPN's Darren Rovell took to Twitter Tuesday to reveal a picture of Lynch's Jeep, Bleacher Report noted.

The black and lime green Jeep comes with Lynch's logo on the side door and the words "Beast Mode" written across the front.

Football fans who wish to own such a Jeep have the chance to do so, as Lynch and McLoughlin plan to create 24 limited edition Beast Mode vehicles, and part of the proceeds will go towards the football star's Family 1st Foundation charity.

Christopher Bevans, who runs Beast Mode, told TMZ that each Jeep will feature Lynch's personal style while being "truly one of a kind."

Getting a new Jeep wasn't the only good thing to happen to Lynch this week, according to Bleacher Report. The running back also recently had a trademark approved for his popular phrase, "I'm just here so I don't get fined."

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