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Watch: Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch Ejected After Shoving Referee

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected Thursday night in his team’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs after he grabbed and pushed a referee. Lynch ran from the sideline onto the field during a scrum following Chiefs cornerback

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Michael Bennett’s Motive for Protesting: ‘I Don’t Love Oppression’

One day after Marshawn Lynch decided to sit on the bench for the national anthem, Seattle’s Michael Bennett did the same.
After the game, Bennett, who has a long history of supporting Colin Kaepernick’s protest, and is writing a book titled, How to make White People Uncomfortable.


ESPN’s Kornheiser: Why Play the National Anthem at Sporting Events?

Monday while reacting to NFL players Michael Bennett and Marshawn Lynch sitting for the national anthem before preseason games last week, ESPN “Pardon the Interruption” co-host Tony Kornheiser questioned the purpose of even playing the “The Star Spangled Banner” at

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Seahawks Michael Bennett Sits for National Anthem

Here we go again.

The day after former Seahawk and current Raider, Marshawn Lynch, sat on the bench in protest during the playing of the national anthem. Current Seahawk Bennett followed suit on Sunday night, by sitting during the anthem before the Seahawks game against the Chargers at StubHub Center:

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Marshawn Lynch’s Mom Calls for Firing of Seahawks OC

The mother of Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch called for the firing of Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell in her Facebook page, describing him as the “worst play caller ever.”

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Marshawn Lynch Speaks out on Crime in Visit Back to Oakland

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, 28, who was fined $100,000 last November for his continual refusal to speak to the media, had plenty to say at a hip-hop concert in his hometown of Oakland earlier this year, telling attendees

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In Defense of Carroll’s ‘Worst’ Call

After the improbable finish to Super Boxl XLIX, it seems natural to blame Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and his team for calling a pass from the 1-yard line with less than 30 seconds to play, rather than handing the ball to Marshawn Lynch. But while it’s understandable that a Seattle fan might feel Carroll’s was “the worst call in Super Bowl history,” it wasn’t bad. And it was actually New England Patriots’ coach Bill Belichick’s call the play before that won the game.


SNL Mocks Seahawks in Pre-Super Bowl Show

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” took a jab at the Seattle Seahawks one week after making fun of the New England Patriots for “Deflategate.” In the sketch, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and running back Marshawn Lynch host a Super Bowl preview