Marshawn is the gift that keeps on giving.
The Oakland Raiders hosted the Denver Broncos this past Monday night, which could mark the team's final game at the Oakland Coliseum before they relocate to Las Vegas. In honor of the momentous occasion, Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch lit the Al Davis Memorial Torch prior to the team's 27-14 victory.
As seen in the hilarious footage embedded below, the Oakland native then attempted to spark his blunt with the flames.
Lynch recently made an appearance at the Oakland City Council to deliver a short and sweet message about the dying breed of professional sports teams in Oakland: "We’re losing the Warriors. We’re losing the Raiders. Best not lose the A’s. Appreciate it.”
The Raiders are currently scheduled to move to Las Vegas by the 2020 season, but the team isn't entirely sure where they'll be playing next season. There's a real possibility that it won't be in Oakland. As for the Warriors, they're leaving Oracle Arena for some new digs in San Francisco beginning with the 2019-20 season.
Check out the Athletics' design plans for their new stadium in the tweets embedded below.