USA Today photographer Mark Rebilas captured the image of Lynch sitting behind the rest of his teammates ahead of their contest against the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, Arizona on Saturday.
Marshawn Lynch sits during the National Anthem before tonight's Raiders/Cardinals pre-season game.
Lynch has talked to the media once since he came out of retirement and was acquired in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks last spring, and that was in the offseason program. "It's not a form of anything other than me being myself, '" Del Rio said.
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Raiders quarterback E.J. For the offense, that meant playing only one drive. Arians would call the game in Atlanta, and Goodwin - who called the Hall of Fame game - would close out the preseason calling the game in Denver.
Del Rio added that the protest was a "non-issue" for him as a coach. "There were several guys that didn't play and that was one of them".
Cook finished the game 10 of 21 for 82 yards.
Stanton, Palmer's backup for the past four seasons, completed 11 of 15 passes for 112 yards, including a 7-yard TD pass to tight end Troy Niklas. The Cardinals' third-string quarterback, former 49ers starter Blaine Gabbert, was 5 of 9 for 53 yards. Cornerback Gareon Conley, the first-round pick, and the second rounder, safety Obi Melifonwu, are nursing injuries. That was very tough to see.
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The 25-year-old Japanese star already was 5 under for his round in tough conditions, and he added two birdies after the rain. That could leave the final major of the year up for grabs over the final 36 holes on the weekend, but not for everybody.
Gold for Pearson at world athletics championships
Australia's Sally Pearson bounced back from two years of injury hell to reclaim the 100 metres hurdles world title in London . American veteran Dawn Harper Nelson was second, .04 seconds behind, and Pamela Dutiewicz of Germany took bronze in 12.72.
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Danny Welbeck levelled matters in first-half stoppage time, completing a fast-paced, pulsating first half of action. Asked whether Mahrez would be at the club when the window closes, Shakespeare said: "Who knows?"