A person familiar with the visit says Lynch came to the facility on Wednesday to meet with Raiders officials. And if you don't believe McAfee, ESPN's Adam Schefter confirmed the report via his own source, who expressed optimism about Lynch signing with Oakland.
It was reported earlier Lynch was considering coming out of retirement to play for his hometown Raiders.
Someone will have to get Beast Mode's cleats down from the phone wire.
The Raiders lost running back Latavius Murray to the Minnesota Vikings in free agency.
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Lynch, who turns 31 later this month, announced his retirement from professional football on February 7, 2016. Lynch's last full season was 2014, where he gained 1,306 yards rushing on 4.7 yards per carry, leading many to believe that Lynch is still capable of being a productive National Football League back.
It is unknown, at this time, whether or not the Seahawks will want the Raiders to make them a trade offer for Lynch or if they will outright release him. Pairing Lynch with jitterbugs DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard would complete Oakland's backfield.
But the simpler way to do it would be for the Raiders and Seahawks to agree on some sort of compensation that would allow Lynch to join the Raiders immediately. Schneider added that Lynch would only want to return to play for the Raiders.
Under terms of his existing contract, Lynch would be in line for a $9 million salary and cap hit in 2017. Davis said he talked with the A's about doing a joint deal for two stadiums at the Coliseum site and selling them 20 percent of the Raiders, but they weren't interested in doing a joint deal there.