Welcome back, Marshawn Lynch. Lynch’s first game with the Raiders after ending a one-year retirement had a little bit of everything. Or a better way to put it: It was a typical afternoon in the football life of Marshawn Lynch. He began the day by Lynch said. “They didn’t holler at me. I’m good, right?”...
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