If ESPN ever decides to create new installments of their 30 for 30: Broke documentary about pro athletes who had it all (i.e. money, cash, cars, mansions, and groupies) but then lost it all due to careless life and financial decisions (i.e. paternity suits, bad ideas for opening businesses, pandering to numerous vultures' needs around them), don't expect Marshawn Lynch to make an appearance in it.

The legendary Seahawks running back is definitely f**kin' up some commas (yeah!). According to NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport and professional athlete contract breakdown source Spotrac, Lynch has accumulated approximately $50 million in savings from his nine-year NFL career alone. That doesn't include the millions that he's received in endorsement deals, nor the profits generated from his new Beast Mode clothing line.

The bucks keep flying into this Seahawk's account, and they don't seem to be slowing down. Even if he doesn't come back next year to put on his spikes and decides to retire, he's still going Beast Mode all the way to the bank. Take notes, rookies, because "Beast Mode Capital Funds" can even help advise your 401k plans so that you don't withdraw your retirement cash before age 59-and-a-half and consequentially incur tax penalties.

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[via BroBible]