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January 28, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Lynch on NFL Network

Along with the six or so minutes he talked to the media at-large during Tuesday’s Super Bowl Media Day, Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch also talked with former NFL star Deion Sanders on the NFL Network.

The NFL Network has provided the following link to the interview as well as this transcript:

On if he’s shy: “Nah.”

On if he doesn’t like speaking with the media: “I’m just about that action boss…That’s what it is, I [have] never seen [any] talking win me nothing. Been like that since I was little. I was raised like that…You want something, you do get it. [There isn’t any] need to talk about it.”

On if he’s excited about Super Bowl XLVIII: “Hell yeah.”

On the Denver Broncos focusing on stopping him: “Well, they’re going to have to stop all of us.”

On if he doesn’t like podiums: “Nah, it [isn’t] my thing.”

On what he likes about the week: “This whole experience, you know, being able to have this opportunity.”

On if anything has surprised him about this week: “Yeah, being here. It’s big.”

On NFL Network analyst and Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk respecting his game: “That’s huge. That’s a great, too…That’s big time. Beast Mode love and appreciate that.”

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