Marshawn Lynch snaps at media in Super Bowl press conference

Three days facing the media at Super Bowl XLIX was enough for Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch to crack.

Lynch spoke for five minutes and added a little more color to the comments he made in his first two meetings with the media.

"All week I done told you all what’s up. And for some reason you all come back and do what you did," Lynch told a massive group of reporters Thursday. "It don’t matter what you all think, what you all say about me. Because when I go home at night, the people I look in the face, my family, that I love, that’s all that matters to me."

Wearing his trademarked Beast Mode hat, which has become a potential target for a league fine, Lynch explained that he didn’t appreciate how the media portrays him.

"You all shove cameras and microphones down my throat," Lynch said. "I ain’t got nothing for you all . . . You all will sit here doing the same thing. I’m here preparing for a game.

"I don’t know what story you’re trying to get or what image you want to portray me as . . . you can make up whatever you want."

Then, Lynch began offering shout-outs to his family, teammates, Oakland, California and the "real Africans out there." Before the short press conference ended, Lynch’s alarm on his iPhone went off and he exited right.

One thing was obvious: Sunday can’t get here soon enough for Lynch as his Seahawks prepare for the New England Patriots.

Marshawn Lynch's response to a reporter who asked for a Super Bowl prediction.

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Marshawn Lynch tells media he's just gonna look at them & not talk during today's session.

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At Media Day on Tuesday, Lynch repeated: "I’m just here so I don’t get fined" while talking to reporters.

On Wednesday, he replied to all questions with: "You know why I’m here."

Singer Katy Perry borrowed Lynch’s catchphrase during her news conference to discuss her halftime performance.

Asked which player she has her eye on, Perry said: "I’m just here so I don’t get fined."

Lynch has a history of avoiding reporters. In November, the NFL fined him $50,000 for violations of the league’s media policy in addition to collecting the $50,000 fine that was imposed against Lynch for violations last season. The fine from 2013 was held in anticipation of future cooperation from Lynch.

The Professional Football Writers of America complained to the league about Tuesday’s session and Lynch had been apprised of a potential fine. A league spokesman declined comment.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.