Marshawn Lynch finds and returns wallet to fan

Tuesday was a day of good deeds for the Seattle Seahawks. First, several players attended a closed assembly at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, showing their support for a community that is still reeling from a deadly shooting there last month.

Marshawn Lynch, Luke Willson, Bobby Wagner, Ricardo Lockette and others spoke to students and staff and posed for photos at the closed assembly.

The Seahawks have been showing their support from the moment they heard about the shooting.

Then, on their way out of Marysville, Lynch stopped at a gas station, where he seems to have spotted a wallet on the ground.

The wallet belonged to Jason Lynch (no relation), and his address was listed on his license, so Marshawn and Lockette drove over to his house to drop it off. He wasn't home yet, so they knocked on a neighbor's door. Imagine her surprise when she opened the door to find one of the NFL's best running backs standing on her doorstep.

"Crazy! ... I can't thank them guys enough for bringing it back and for making my neighbor a very happy lady for getting to a chance to meet them," he wrote on Facebook.

He added that he'd seen Marshawn (whose jersey Jason is wearing in a Facebook photo) at the station and considered asking him for a picture, but decided to leave him alone.

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