Marshawn Lynch delighted the home crowd during the Oakland Raiders’ blowout victory Sunday by dancing on the sideline, but the players on the opposite side of the field did not appreciate it.
Marshawn Lynch’s inappropriate gesture during the Oakland Raiders’ Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans last week will end up costing him, to nobody’s surprise.
Marshawn Lynch didn’t need much time to reintroduce himself to the NFL. And by that, we mean he already did something unconventional in his first game with the Oakland Raiders.
It’s one thing to avoid questions from the media or give them dismissive responses.
Marshawn Lynch was considering a departure from his usual form of not speaking with the media, but he ultimately decided against that.
Former NHL star Jeremy Roenick does not agree with professional athletes protesting the national anthem, and he is even willing to use fake stories to illustrate his disgust with the trend.
Marshawn Lynch chose not to stand during the playing of the national anthem before Saturday’s preseason game between the Oakland Raiders and Arizona Cardinals, and his coach had no problem with
Marshawn Lynch had himself some fun with a fan after practice on Friday.