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Report: Seahawks RBs unhurt after drag race

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Seattle Seahawks running backs Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch were drag racing after practice Tuesday, and Jackson wrecked his black Corvette in the shenanigans, according to a report by TMZ Sports.

Multiple media outlets reported both men were uninjured.

The accident reportedly occurred near the Seahawks’ practice facility in Renton, Wash.

According to TMZ, the two raced down a straightaway on a public street, with Jackson losing control and colliding with a larger planter box before hitting a stop sign. Several other players, including cornerback Richard Sherman, stopped at the accident scene and attempted to help Jackson out of the car, according to TMZ.

Police showed up, but the TMZ report stated Jackson went back to the team facility and Lynch drove off.

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