Players Thrown Out Of Broncos-Raiders Game After Brawl

Players Thrown Out Of Broncos-Raiders Game After Brawl

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree were ejected from the Broncos and Raiders game on Sunday after the two players got into a fight during the game on Sunday.

That was pretty amusing.

The pushing led to a full-scale brawl between several players from both teams.

If Crabtree was looking for revenge against Talib, it was his first opportunity. It was wholly unnecessary to the play.

At some point, Crabtree lost his helmet, and Jackson began fighting with Denver players. Last season it was after Talib snatched a gold chain from around Crabtree's neck. Talib appeared to again rip off a necklace Crabtree had been wearing Sunday afternoon. I can't react, or they kick me out of the game and I'm the bad guy.

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Lynch, who made contact with an official, ended being suspended for a subsequent game.

Then, in an odd scene, Talib had to leave the field through the Raiders sideline after his ejection.

On the third possession of the game, Crabtree and Talib got into more than a scuffle near the Broncos sideline at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Crabtree blocked Talib during a 5-yard run by running back Marshawn Lynch.