For the second straight year, Talib and Crabtree got into an in-game altercation that involved the star defensive back pulling off Crabtree's gold necklace. After being briefly separated, both players broke away from teammates and threw punches at one another.
"I came out there to play football on Sunday", Talib told reporters Monday.
Jaleel White, better known as 'Steve Urkel from Family Matters, doesn't play when it comes to his personal property and if someone would've taken his chain like Aqib Talib did to Michael Crabtree, bad things would be coming to that person. See, I didn't come out there to fight and wrestle with him, you know what I'm saying?
Prior to their ejections, Crabtree and Talib exchanged shoves and traded some blows that precipitated into the teams' benches nearly emptying with several players going to the field in hopes of pacifying the two combating players.
Denver coach Vance Joseph talked to Talib and to the team about the incident, telling them they can't "fall into the trap of getting into a fight that ends up losing one of our best players". The first half of it was him being extra. "He punched Chris, and the next play he came and punched me".Читайте также: MS-13 gang members stab man over 100 times and decapitate him
"I hope the league sees basically how it started and sees I didn't come out there to fight and wrestle with him". "I guess it wasn't to play football".
"I'll say this, I'm not sure how it all started", Joseph said.
Asked whether he believed he would be fined or suspended by the league - or both - Talib said he hoped the entire incident would be considered. "If the league steps in and they hand something down, that's their decision". If you have no chance, you defend yourself as a man.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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