Vote: How will Marshawn Lynch impact the Oakland Raiders?

Beast Mode is making a comeback.

Sources confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter that running back Marshawn Lynch is coming out of retirement and will be traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Oakland Raiders, pending a physical.

Lynch's return to the NFL could have significant implications on the Raiders' Super Bowl aspirations and other teams in the AFC.

Will Beast Mode return to form in 2017? Weigh in on how his comeback will affect the Raiders this upcoming season.

Since Lynch entered the NFL in 2007, he ranks second in rushing touchdowns with 74, only behind Adrian Peterson's 97. From 2011-15, the former Seahawk had four straight 1,000 yard seasons and scored at least 11 rushing touchdowns each year.

While Lynch has had a prolific career that's included five Pro Bowl selections and six 1,000-yard rushing seasons, the 31-year-old played in just seven games and averaged just 3.8 yards per carry in 2015 before retiring.

The Raiders had the sixth-best rushing attack last season, but they lost Latavius Murray to the Minnesota Vikings in free agency earlier this offseason.

-- Isaac Chipps