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By Brandon J. Koch
The NFL has suspended Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch one game for unsportsmanlike conduct in last night’s game against the Chiefs.
Lynch ran from the sideline and was involved in a altercation with a ref. He was trying to protect Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters, two very good friends. Lynch moments after was rejected from the game.
If Lynch doesn’t appeal, then he will miss next weeks game as Oakland visits Buffalo. He played for the Bills from 2007-2010.
Update: ESPNs Adam Schefter tweeted Lynch already has appealed his one game suspension. A chance to play in Buffalo for first time since 2010.