Fellow Oakland native Marcus Peters thinks that's cool and all, but as an AFC West division rival, the Chiefs cornerback has a profane message for Lynch for the upcoming season. And it's worth noting that Peters is also from Oakland.
Peters' comments came at a weird time, as they were made during the 11th annual Fam 1st Foundation Football Camp, an event for Oakland kids which is hosted by Lynch.
Chicago makes planning ahead a graduation requirement
Emanuel said: "The city of Chicago is moving toward a pre-K to college model". "We want to make 14th grade universal". He told The Washington Post , "We are going to help kids have a plan , because they're going to need it to succeed".
"But when we come here, we're going to beat the dog s-t out of him", Peters added. "It's going to be a good feeling, It's going to be a good feeling for Oakland".
The Raiders host the Chiefs on October 19 for a Thursday night game and will travel to Kansas City on December 10.
Johnson, who was active for two games as Eli Manning's backup in NY last season, had similar thoughts with his Giants slated to play against Lynch's Raiders at the Coliseum on December 3.
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