One of the covers of the Sept. 18 issue of Sports Illustrated.
One of the covers of the Sept. 18 issue of Sports Illustrated. Twitter via @SInow
One of the covers of the Sept. 18 issue of Sports Illustrated. Twitter via @SInow

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  • Marshawn Lynch watches in stands after ejection, then rides train with Marcus Peters

    Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected from Thursday night's 31-30 Oakland victory over the Chiefs, then watched the rest of the game in the stands. After the game, he rode on a Bay Area Rapid Transit train with Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters. Both players are from Oakland.