Marshawn Lynch practiced with a high school team while suspended and bulldozed kids

  • Marshawn Lynch is suspended for Week 8, so he took the field with the football team at his former high school.
  • The video shows Lynch doing what he does best — staying true to his Oakland roots and bulldozing defenders.

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch will not play in Week 8 while he serves his one-game suspension for grabbing a referee.

So to stay sharp, Lynch took the field at Oakland Tech high school, his alma mater, and practiced with the current high school football team.

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The practice was filmed and posted on Lynch's Instagram, and though there's almost no audible dialogue, it shows Lynch, still wearing his Raiders gear, doing what he does best — staying true to his Oakland roots, playing football, and, of course, bulldozing kids.

The highlights include Lynch giving one defender a forceful stiff arm while on another play, several defenders team up to drag Lynch to the ground.

Watch the clip below:

Just keep workin it will happen no matter what!!!!Yes lawd!!!!

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