Police released the video Thursday, two days after Lynch was arrested on suspicion of DUI. Officers arrested Marshawn Lynch near about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Officials said Lynch was found "asleep at the wheel, unable to drive." According to police, the car was his 2020 Shelby GT500 Coupe and was not registered.

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The video, which is essentially footage of the same event from multiple angles, shows Lynch in his car with the door open and a tire missing from one wheel.

"I'm not driving," Marshawn Lynch tells the officer. "The car is not moving." Officers then dragged him out of the vehicle and handcuffed him.

Officers determined he smelled of alcohol. "No more games today," the officer said, handcuffing Lynch.

Other videos show police officers discussing the investigation into Lynch's arrest. "officer followed all his tracks, but they're back here."

"He's one of the toughest running backs. He runs over people," another replied. Nextstars KLAS Digital Reporter Duncan Phenix contacted the California dealer who sold the car.

Lynch purchased the car in December 2019, according to sources. According to the for-sale listing, the suggested retail price for this car was $170,000 for him.

Lynch is charged with DUI alcohol and/or drugs, failing or refusing to show insurance, driving an unregistered vehicle, and lane departure.

He is scheduled to appear in Las Vegas City Court on December 7. Lynch most recently played for the Seattle Seahawks and the then-Oakland Raiders during the 2017-18 season.

He made five Pro Bowl appearances and, nicknamed "Beast Mode" by fans for his ability to dodge tackles, won the Super Bowl in 2014 with the Seattle Seahawks.

He made five Pro Bowl appearances and, nicknamed "Beast Mode" by fans for his ability to dodge tackles, won the Super Bowl in 2014 with the Seattle Seahawks.