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by: Esteban On  Friday, September 15, 2017
Image via Getty

Image via Getty

Marshawn Lynch made his long-awaited return to the NFL last Sunday. He rushed for a respectable 76 yards on 18 carries and caught one pass for 16 yards in the Oakland Raiders’ 26-16 win over Marcus Mariotta and the Tennessee Titans.

Oh, and he also flipped the old double bird at the Titans defense, a gesture that was picked up by CBS cameras and broadcast to untold millions of innocent children.

Marshawn Lynch middle finger flips bird

Of course, most fans probably loved this. His teammates certainly didn’t seem to mind.

“We got to see that Marshawn is Marshawn,” Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said after the game. “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.”

Unfortunatley, the NFL did not care for Marshawn’s antics. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, they’ve slapped the mercurial running back with a $12,000 fine.

 

Fans don’t need to worry about Marshawn’s finances, though. His 2017 base salary of $1.35 million plus his $1 million roster bonus are fully guaranteed, so he’s basically earning $195,000 a month. He can afford a $12,000 fine.

Hat Tip – [ESPN]



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