Pay per head news: Party at the Whitehouse for Seahawks

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pay-per-head-seahawks_whitehouseMarshawn Lynch's mother says there was no shrouded message behind her child's nonattendance at the White House on Wednesday while the majority of whatever is left of his Seattle Seahawks fellow team members were being regarded by President Barack Obama.

The Super Bowl champion Seahawks gave President Barack Obama a "twelfth Man" flag throughout their visit Wednesday at the White House.

Marshawn Lynch's mother says there was no shrouded message behind her child's nonattendance at the White House on Wednesday while the majority of whatever is left of his Seattle Seahawks fellow team members were being regarded by President Barack Obama.

The Super Bowl champion Seahawks gave President Barack Obama a "twelfth Man" flag throughout their visit Wednesday at the White House.

He simply said he would not like to go.
She told the daily paper that despite the fact that Lynch has been grieving the passing of a relative, no specific reason was given for why the running back would not like to go.

I'm sad he's not here, Obama said,  in light of the fact that I need to say the extent to which I appreciate his methodology to the press. I need to get a few tips from him.

To which somebody in participation yelled out: It's about the movement! a line Obama then rehashed.

Delisa Lynch told the Times she messaged her child to tell him he got a shoutout from the president, despite the fact that she was "certain" he was viewing the service. She said it was truly acommodating for Obama to say her child despite the fact that he wasn't with whatever remains of his buddies at the White House.

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She told the daily paper that she let her know child in a content that Obama provided for him some distraught props and he messaged back laughing uncontrollably.