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‘I thought I was just on Facetime’: Marshawn Lynch drops F-bomb on national TV

Watch Marshawn Lynch go full 'Beast Mode,' get red card during charity soccer match

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch made the most of his little playing time during the 2017 Zakuani & Friends Charity Game, going full "Beast Mode" during the game.
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Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch made the most of his little playing time during the 2017 Zakuani & Friends Charity Game, going full "Beast Mode" during the game.

The NFL Network interviewed Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch after the team’s win Sunday – but apparently someone forgot to tell him he was on national TV.

After Oakland beat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night, the NFL Network’s LaDainian Tomlinson asked Lynch if the Raiders were making a “concerted” effort to use their running game Sunday – more so than in recent weeks, SFGate reports.

“The weather conditions played a part in the situation,” said Lynch. “Right before we came out for kickoff that mother— started pouring. That probably changed the game plan up a bit.”

Toward the end of the interview, Deion Sanders asks, “You do know we’re on national TV, right?”

“Oh ... I thought we was just on Facetime, I was having my freak on,” Lynch responded with surprise.

Lynch previously cursed on air within the past six months, CBS Sports reports.

Here’s an unedited version of the video:

In Sunday night’s game, Lynch scored twice. He was returning from a one-game suspension for shoving an official, The Associated Press reports. He made his longest gain this year with a 22-yard touchdown run.

Marshawn Lynch rushed 12 times for 45 yards and scored his first touchdown as a Raider, in a 45-20 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday, September 17, 2017.

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