Marshawn Lynch Suspension for Pushing Ref Odds Were -150

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Oct/20/2017

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch has been suspended for one game after shoving a referee in Thursday night’s game against Kansas City.  BetOnline released odds on how many games he would miss just one hour prior to announcement of the suspension.

Marshawn Lynch suspension for pushing the ref last night will be:

0 gms (+250)

1-3 gms (-150)

4-6 gms (+450)

7+ (+1000)

Lynch ran off the sideline and into a scrum after Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters hit Raiders quarterback Derek Carr late, drawing a flag for a personal foul. Several Raiders offensive linemen went after Peters, an Oakland native and close friend of Lynch's.

Lynch bumped line judge Julian Mapp in the chest and then grabbed the official by the jersey before letting go and tending to Peters.

Lynch was ejected from the game as a result.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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