Since Marshawn Lynch isn't allowed to practice with the Raiders this week due to his one-game suspension, Beast Mode decided to pass the time by practicing with another team. Earlier this week, Lynch showed up at his high school alma mater, Oakland Tech, where he put on some pads and started practicing with the school's football team. And since this is Lynch we're talking about, you know he didn't take it easy on the high school kids because Lynch doesn't take it easy on anyone. Although the kids probably had a blast practicing with Lynch, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) isn't a big fan of having NFL players randomly show up and participating in practice. Actually, they really don't want any adults participating in practice. After Lynch's cameo at practice, the CIF told TMZ that Lynch's appearance at Oakland Tech's practice was a violation of state high school rules. According to the CIF, "only 9th through 12th grade students may practice with or compete on a high school team." The Oakland Unified School District also made it clear that Lynch's participation went against the state's rules.
Marshawn Lynch apparently violated some rules when practicing with high school team
CBS Sports | Oct 27