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Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch has been slapped with a $12,000 fine by the NFL for an objectionable gesture he made during Oakland’s win against the Titans last Sunday, ESPN.com reports.
Perhaps Lynch is walking away with a light punishment. Technically, it was two objectionable gestures — as in extending both his middle fingers simultaneously for the CBS audience to see.
The incident happened in the fourth quarter of Oakland’s 26-16 victory at Tennessee. Lynch, in his first game as a Raider, carried the ball 18 times for 76 yards and caught a pass for another 16 yards.
While Lynch is slated to make as much as $2.5 million this season, he’s known to be a frugal man, and hey, 12 grand is 12 grand.
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Michael Thomas, Miami Dolphins safety: With everything going on in this world, especially in the U.S., this is what you’re worried about, my man? You’re the leader of the free world. This is what you’re talking about? As a man, as a father, as an African-American man, yeah, I took it personal. But at the same time it is bigger than me. Thomas stood for the anthem.
Jamison Crowder, Redskins wide receiver: It’s a lot going on and we just want to bring unity and equality to this country. There’s a lot going on outside of sports. Sports bring everyone together; you’re in a stadium cheering and having a good time. But when you leave from the stadium there’s a lot going on. I’ve dealt with my own experiences of inequality. At the end of the day we’re trying to bring unity and equality to the country. It’s a great nation, great country. But there are some things we think are problems. Crowder was one of seven Washington players who knelt.