"I mean, it's always been something, being from Oakland, you want to play at home", he said. Billboards went up, fans went nuts and a community raved over the chance to see its favorite player suit up for the local team.
Lynch, who was born and raised in Oakland, initially retired after the 2015 season.
This upcoming season doesn't have to be about Davis, or even the Raider organization.
Foremost, players are not wearing pads and no contact is allowed in OTAs (Organized Team Activities) as the Seahawks learned previous year when they got penalized when a receiver and defensive back (neither of whom was on the team's active roster last season) ran into each other going for a pass and bumped heads. "A lot of the kids here probably wont have an opportunity to see they idols [When the raiders leave]", the long time National Football League running back uttered.
Lynch spent his brief press conference, which the Raiders posted to its Twitter account, addressing his love for his hometown. And now I get an opportunity to play here.
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Also, during the same press conference, which ran for like four or five minutes, Lynch said "shit" a few times before saying something that likely made the people broadcasting it live on NFL Network start to regret that decision. Besides the billboards and all of that, I really just get out with the people.
He has already become popular with his new teammates because of his fierce loyalty and willingness to joke around.
Despite the Cavs being down 2-0 to Golden State after being roughed up in the first two games of the series, Lue said he's sticking with his starters, including guard J.R. Smith, who has scored just 3 points so far. "He likes to talk trash and things like that, but at the same time it's kind of like the big brother thing, like no one else better do it because he'll take care of it, kind of thing". Although we are all familiar with Shawn's wide base and low center of gravity, perhaps it has just been so long since we last saw him at a podium that makes him look just a little bit odd here? "We're having a good time and he's been nothing but loyal, and a good teammate".
Be Civil - It's OK to have a difference in opinion but there's no need to be a jerk.