Marshawn Lynch Violates California High School Sports Rules by Participating in Practice
Marshawn Lynch is serving a one game suspension this week for making contact with a ref in his previous game on Thursday Night Football against the Chiefs.
That hasn't stopped him from getting some practice in, as he took to the field with some high schoolers in California.
It all seemed like good fun, with Lynch even going full pad and taking on tacklers too.
However, that good fun has turned into a rules violation for the school.
According to the rules governing the California high school sports, only 9-12 graders are allowed to practice with the team.
No suspensions or penalties have been levied down, but some could be coming according to TMZ Sports.
Not only does Lynch get suspended for one game by the NFL, he may be getting some high schoolers or their coaches suspended too.