Buffalo Bills’ Lynch loses license over hit-run

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-bills-lynchaccident&prov=ap&type=lgns

    way it sounds i believe the guy, but wonder why the there was feet dragging, unless there is more to the story than what is reported
     
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    ledzeppelin229 Hall of Fame

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    If I was watching some chick dance in the street, God knows what or who I might run over in the process...This is of course assuming the dancing chick is hot.
     
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    Or so incredibly not hot that you can't take your eyes off of her because you can't believe the incredible awfulness of it all.
     
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    ledzeppelin229 Hall of Fame

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    Too true.

    My eyes might have been so irreparably damaged that I was irreversibly blinded, and could not be held liable for damages in any reasonable court of law. That includes any Cowboys or Titans fans I might accidentally run over.
     
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    For some reason I think Lynch is telling the truth.
     
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    he deserves worse, the fact that he was hard to get a hold of proves that he knew he did wrong
     
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    That doesn't prove anything. When was the last time you called him up?

    He is an NFL starter (who I don't think is that good, but that is beside the point). He has a busy life. Aside from a normally hectic life that you and I and those around us would consider to be enough of an aversion, Lynch also must deal with the pressures and responsibilities of being a professional athlete and representing his professional organization. By the same ideology that you attempted to use against him: by not being immediately available at the media's whimsical demands, Lynch has proved to be an average American citizen and therefore proves that he was not aware that he had been involved in any wrongdoings.
     
  8. Giant Tiger

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    I read that he might not be able to play in Toronto. Is this true? :spy:

    ... Are the Buffalo Bills at all worried that star running back Marshawn Lynch, being investigated for a hit-and-run involving an Ontario woman, won't be able play in Bills games in Toronto?
     


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    When a lawyer says STFU the client should listen. Hell, Lynch could have been charged with a lot worse than he was.
     

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