According to a tweet from the Seattle Times' Danny O'Neil, the Alameda County District Attorney still must review the case against Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch after receiving the police reports for Lynch's suspected DUI.
According to a tweet from Eric D. Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune, Lynch was observed weaving from lane to lane in a white van according to the police report and now has an August 14 court date.
According to a tweet from the Associated Press' Tim Booth, the DA's Office says the charging decision will be made by the time of the court date.
One of the reasons the Buffalo Bills could not get back even compensation from the Seahawks when the trade for Lynch happened was because he was one strike away from a significant suspension, according to a tweet from Evan Silva via ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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