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Raiders Round-Up: Marshawn Lynch Hits The Beach, Derek Carr Talks Chris Paul


Running back Marshawn Lynch

Here's what the Oakland Raiders have been up to on social media this week.

A big man's struggle:

For many of us, riding a roller coaster or a theme park ride doesn't take much, except the will or desire to hop on (pending you meet the height requirement). For offensive lineman Jon Feliciano, the 6'4", 323-pound big man understandably had a difficult time getting on his ride of choice.

Fortunately, he was permitted to enjoy in the fun.

Marshawn Lynch's day at the waterpark:

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch is hosting a free event through is Fam 1st Family Foundation, where kids can have some fun at Raging Waters waterpark in San Jose, Calif. The event will take place on July 5, here's how to find out more information.

CP3 to Houston:

The NBA offseason has been a whirlwind so far, and it's barely gotten underway. Wednesday morning, news broke that All-Star point guard Chris Paul had been traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Houston Rockets, where he'll partner up with 2017 MVP candidate James Harden.

Following the news, a couple players from the Raiders took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

Beast Mode hits the beach:

When Lynch came out of retirement, people wondered how much gas he had left in the tank, but Thursday the Super Bowl champion showed off his impressive footwork at the beach.

Play ball!

We know that Cordarrelle Patterson can run and catch, but Thursday evening, the Raiders wide receiver also showed that he can throw a little bit too, as he tossed out the ceremonial first pitch for the Charlotte Knights, the Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.


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