Marshawn Lynch facing possible fines, suspension

Updated AFC West standings after Week 6

Updated AFC West standings after Week 6

When the Raiders take on the Bills Oct. 29, they will be without running back Marshawn Lynch. Fortunately for Oakland, the team's losing streak came to an end in thrilling fashion, but running back Marshawn Lynch didn't play a role because he was ejected early. You were disqualified for your inappropriate and unsportsmanlike actions. You were not directly involved in the active confrontation that the game official was attempting to diffuse, nor were you a participant in the play that initiated the confrontation. Your conduct included pushing the game official and grabbing his jersey...

Lynch and Peters consider each other cousins, though they are not related by blood or marriage. Raiders offensive linemen Kelechi Osemele and Donald Penn immediately confronted Peters.

Despite improving their record to 3-4 with Thursday's win, both the Raiders and Lynch have struggled this season amid high expectations for the team, who lost the AFC Wild Card game last season. The suspension is without pay and would cost Lynch just under $79,412, or one-seventeenth of his 2017 salary of $1.35 million.

However, somehow over the past 48 hours, many members of the media and fans have lambasted Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch for his actions Thursday as if they were somehow surprising or repugnant.

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National Football League spokesman Joe Lockhart told reporters on a conference call Friday that the National Football League is considering possibility of fining and suspended Lynch for his actions.

"He just got caught up in the moment, trying to protect his cousin", Penn said. The NFL's schedule of fines calls for a fine of $30,387 for a player making physical contact with a game official.

A Super Bowl champion in the 2013/14 season with the Seattle Seahawks, Lynch joined the Raiders this year after a brief retirement following the 2015 season.

While that's a blurry photo and you can't necessarily tell it's him, this picture of Lynch back inside the Raiders locker room after the game essentially confirms it.

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