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Video: Marshawn Lynch activates Beast Mode at youth football camp

Marshawn Lynch took down a kid during a blocking drill at his Fam 1st Family Foundation's camp. (AP)

Marshawn Lynch may be retired, but he’s not done overpowering people on the football field.

The former Seahawks’ Fam 1st Family Foundation celebrated its 10th annual football camp this weekend for middle and high school students in Oakland. Videos and photos on social media show the kids going through footwork and tackling drills.

And this happened. (Warning: Video contains profanity)

Lynch, who retired this offseason, started the foundation with his cousin, QB Joshua Johnson in 2006 and officially founded it in 2011. The foundation’s stated mission is to “improve the lives of children by mentoring them on the importance of education, literacy and self-esteem.”

It’s nice to see Lynch is still finding time for the youth when not sparring with a UFC champ or flying in helicopters with Bear Grylls. And that the 30-year-old still kept his on-field mentality of always running “through somebody’s face.”

Here are some other photos from the football camp.