In one of the hottest stories that’s dominating the news for the Oakland Raiders, other than relocation talk, it was reported by ESPN’s Ed Werder via his Twitter account this morning that retired running back Marshawn Lynch has begun the NFL’s reinstatement process.

There had been reports of a possible trade imvolving Lynch’s old Seahawks’ teammate Richard Sherman, however nothing official has been reported by the Raiders yet.

The Raiders still need a replacement for Latavius Murray and Lynch would definitely fill that role nicely yet this still an ongoing process.

As expected the reaction on Twitter has been swift with Raider Nation expressing their thoughts on what all this might mean.

This story will only continue to unfold in the coming days now that Lynch has officially started the process, stay tuned to for the latest news.


Written by Mario Tovar

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