Marshawn Lynch is building homes and schools in Haiti with Cliff Avril

Marshawn Lynch may have retired from football, but he's remained busy in his time away from the NFL. In addition to riding camels and dunking on youngsters in Egypt, Lynch has been helping out Cliff Avril by building homes and schools in Haiti.

@MoneyLynch mixing cement for the school @cliffavril is building in Haiti. #AvrilHaiti2016

— JOC PR (@JOCPRPro) April 15, 2016

In addition to Lynch, Avril also had Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch and Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Gosder Cherilus assisting with the work.

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@stephentulloch putting in work on @cliffavril school in La Chanm #AvrilHaiti2016

— JOC PR (@JOCPRPro) April 15, 2016

Preciate these boys coming out here with me to touch so many people @beastmode @stephentulloch @e2thet #AvrilHaiti2016

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Challenge yourself to see beyond yourself @cliffavril Foundation in Haiti.#Wow#LifeChanging#TravelLife#AvrilHaiti2006

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"It's awesome to have their support, it's awesome to be in a situation where guys are willing to take that step with you," Avril said, via the Seahawks official website. "Marshawn wants to help actually build the school out there. There's a lot of good guys in the NFL ... It's cool to have these guys' support."

Needless to say, Lynch is taking this whole retirement thing fairly well and made the most of it rather than playing golf and sleeping in every day.