Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib Ejected for Fighting

Kristopher Nichols
November 27, 2017

Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree were ejected after getting into a fight during the first quarter of Sunday's game in Oakland.

Apparently that is only because Crabtree didn't play in the game, because they only made it a few minutes on Sunday before and all-out brawl started on the sidelines.

Crabtree walked away at first, but then he exchanged punches with Talib, who still had his helmet on. He pushed Talib amongst players on the Denver sideline, where both players went to the ground.

The fight began after Crabtree appeared to push Talib out of bounds, well after the whistle on a second-down play had blown.

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Both Crabtree and Talib, unsurprisingly, were ejected for their actions.

Talib was later seen on the sideline during the broadcast making a pulling motion at his neck, indicating that he didn't favor Crabtree's gold chain. "You snatch a chain in front of the police and run off?" I really don't like No. 21, though.

The rivalry between Talib and Crabtree is well-documented at this point, as Talib got under Crabtree's skin in a game against the Raiders last season by snatching the chain off of his neck.

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