The one where Justin Forsett pushes Marshawn Lynch’s car through downtown Bellevue

On Wednesday night, Seahawks Justin Forsett wrote on Twitter that he had to push Marshawn Lynch’s car when the newly acquired running back ran out of gas.

Obviously this was a story that required some follow up.

It turns out that Lynch was alone, driving in downtown Bellevue when he ran out of gas, so he decided to give a call to his former Cal teammate. And somehow, once Forsett arrived, Lynch convinced the smaller back to do the pushing while Lynch steered.

Luckily for Forsett, a couple of people came to help push, and luckily for one of those good Samaritan, the guy happened to have a football and a sharpie in his car. And yes, Forsett was more than happy to sign.

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