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July 8, 2014 at 9:28 AM

ESPN’s Body Issue, featuring Marshawn Lynch, now available

The annual  ESPN The Body Issue is now available on-line (it hits stores Friday) and this year it features Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (below in an ESPN photo).

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Also included is this interview and video.

Don’t look for any thoughts on the Seahawks in the interview, which is devoted to other topics, such as Lynch’s love of swimming.

“Michael Phelps wouldn’t have been on the Wheaties box if I stuck with swimming,” Lynch says. “I’ve been swimming since I was a little kid. I still swim. I’m the best. I am Olympic caliber right now, hell yeah.”

The involvement of the usually media-shy Lynch in the project drew this humorous reaction from teammate Doug Baldwin:

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