Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch has already retired once. In 2016, he announced his retirement after nine seasons, six in Seattle, but ultimately returned home to play in Oakland.
But Lynch’s two-year deal with the Raiders is up and the five-time Pro Bowl player will be a free agent in a couple of months.
Lynch, who has been known to be a man of few words, discussed his future in a recent interview on “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
“If it works out that way then I will,” Lynch said, when Maher asked if he would return in 2019.
The two also discussed Colin Kaepernick, gentrification and President Donald Trump.
Watch part of the interview here:
The Raiders have not committed to keeping Lynch, who will turn 33 in April.
Lynch played in just six games while nursing a groin injury. He rushed for 376 yards and three touchdowns on 90 carries.