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Lynch walks out of media day

Marshawn Lynch isn't known for being particularly patient with the media, and on Super Bowl media day, he lived up to his reputation. Lynch decided that six minutes was all he could spare for questions in the annual event, which is typically known for outlandishly costumed and questionably credentialed reporter-like people asking unfunny questions of bored athletes who would really rather be anywhere else. For his own part, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was fine with Lynch leaving early. "I heard he did six great minutes," Carroll said. "Some comedians make a career off that." No wonder Carroll was voted the coach players would most want to play for in a recent survey.

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