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Cris Carter examines the reason for Marshawn Lynch's ejection in the Chiefs-Raiders game

FOX Sports Friday, 20 October 2017
Cris Carter examines the reason for Marshawn Lynch's ejection in the Chiefs-Raiders gameCris Carter and Nick Wright examine the optics behind Marshawn Lynch's ejection in the Kansas City Chiefs-Oakland Raiders game and why Beastmode came to the aid of Marcus Peters on the opposing team rather than Derek Carr who Peters initially knocked down.
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News video: Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch's Suspension Upheld

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Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch's one-game suspension for unsportsmanlike conduct has been upheld, the NFL announced on Tuesday.

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