Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.
July 28, 2008 1:48 PM
Posted by Danny O'Neil
Seattle plays Buffalo in the season-opener for both teams, and there was a question as to whether running back Marshawn Lynch would be suspended for a hit-and-run violation in Buffalo.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell indicated Monday that Lynch will not be disciplined. Here's a link to that story from the Buffalo News. A Porsche SUV owned by Lynch struck a woman and drove off. Lynch pleaded guilty to a traffic violation and lost his license. He told the judge he did not konw he had struck anyone with his car.
"I spoke with Marshawn this morning. He understands his responsibility as an NFL player. I think the facts are clear at this point in time and I don't plan any discipline."
-- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Buffalo News
Posted by Southeast Seahawk
3:09 PM, Jul 28, 2008
Good, wouldn’t want to play anyone that doesn’t have their starters available. This way, when we spank the Bills, they’ll be no excuses.
Posted by JeffGreen22
3:16 PM, Jul 28, 2008
Good, then there shouldnt be any punishment for Lofa, since someone actually was hurt in Lynch's case, wasnt in Lofa's
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