Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was tackled by Los Angeles Chargers strong safety Adrian Phillips (left) and free safety Tre Boston during Sunday’s game.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was tackled by Los Angeles Chargers strong safety Adrian Phillips (left) and free safety Tre Boston during Sunday’s game. Ben Margot The Associated Press
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was tackled by Los Angeles Chargers strong safety Adrian Phillips (left) and free safety Tre Boston during Sunday’s game. Ben Margot The Associated Press
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