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GLENDALE (CBSMiami) — Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch finally breaks his Super Bowl silence. Well, sort of.

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In his third and final media appearance, Lynch launched into a brief diatribe about the media constantly asking him questions.

“I don’t know what kind of story ya’ll are trying to get, or how you are trying to portray me, but it doesn’t matter to me.  I’m just here to play a game.”

It was far more than Lynch said during his first two days in Arizona leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl against New England.

At media day on Tuesday, he repeatedly said, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined.”

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The following day, his constant reply to questions was “Ya’ll know why I’m here.”

The NFL has fined Lynch $100,000 for failing to cooperate with the media, and for obscene gestures on the field.

Teammates defend the running back who calls himself “the beast.”

Quarterback Russell Wilson called Lynch “misunderstood.”

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Lynch will get a reprieve for a few days. Players won’t have to talk to the media until after Sunday’s game.

Jim Berry