Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch Pushed An Official; Gets Ejected

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Marshawn Lynch was ejected from Thursday's game against the Chiefs in the second quarter after shoving an official. Several Raiders offensive linemen went after Peters, an Oakland native and close friend of Lynch.

The teams began pushing and shoving after Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters hit Raiders quarterback Derek Carr late.

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They have a decent lead in the West right now at 1.5 games, but a loss to a divisional opponent is the worst thing they could possibly have happen to them. However, while in the middle he literally moved an referee out of his way, and that was end of his night.

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He definitely has a big fine coming, and it is also likely that he will not have very much to say about this incident going forward. He was escorted to the locker room with six minutes remaining in the first half.

Facing 3rd-and-10 on the Chiefs' 43-yard line, the Raiders lined up in an empty-set formation with Lynch on the sidelines.

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Not that it mattered: Any contact with an official is an automatic ejection.

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