NFL Pro Bowl Star Stuck in Middle Seat on Southwest Flight

Everyone is aware of the boarding policy that Southwest Airlines has in place. You had best hope that you receive an A or B boarding group

number if you want to escape the dreaded middle seat on one of their flights because they offer open seating. If you want to avoid the middle seat

Apparently, this issue is something that affects all of us, even if we are a nine-time Pro Bowl standout in the National Football League. John

Lynch is widely considered to be one of the best safeties in the history of the National Football League (NFL),

but according to the MMQB, he was recently forced to sit in the middle seat on a Southwest flight because he was in the C boarding group.

There was a chance encounter between Lynch and Peter King, a well-known NFL writer, while Lynch was leaving Denver International Airport

on Thursday. Prior to returning to Denver to cover the Denver Broncos' preseason loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, Lynch

reportedly attempted to catch his kid in a football scrimmage that was taking place in San Diego. King claims that Lynch was not successful in

his attempt. Lynch was unable to move out of the C-30 range because he did not check in exactly twenty-four hours before departure and he

must not have purchased the Early Bird Check-In option available. A fortunate fan was able to take a picture of Lynch while sitting in front of him

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