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The ‘No Fun League’ Is Already Raining On Beast Mode’s Parade With A Fat Fine

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Marshawn Lynch has been back in the NFL for one game since he sat out the 2016 season in retirement, and he’s already managed to get fined.

The Raiders played the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, when the cameraman caught Lynch during the fourth quarter flipping a double bird. The reason for the act is not quite known considering the Raiders beat the Titans 26-16.

I guess Lynch was just bored and needed to make the game a little more exciting for everyone. He rushed for 76 yards on 18 carries.

Derek Carr, quarterback for the Raiders, said of Lynch’s return to the NFL, “We got to see that Marshawn is Marshawn. He’s running through people, and he’s going to make it a pain on them to tackle him. You’ve got to earn it if you’re going to tackle him.”

Lynch was fined $12,000 for the incident caught on camera, but this is what he had to say about it:

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