Brawl between Broncos, Raiders players leads to ejections

Rachel Hardy
November 27, 2017

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree were ejected from Sunday's game following a fight in the first quarter.

Crabtree and Talib previously had issues with each other, dating back to their skirmish during Week 17 of the 2016 season.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Michael Gehlken, Raiders offensive guard Gabe Jackson was tossed after making contact with a referee.

Crabtree drove Talib out of bounds and to the ground on a run play.

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This isn't the first time Talib has pulled off Crabtree's necklace. That led to players from both sides joining the scrum. That got them both kicked out.

Teammates came to break it up, but the two got away and raced onto the field, with Crabtree eventually taking a swing (and a miss) at Talib.

The game was scoreless when the players were ejected. As he left the field, Harris appeared to point toward the Oakland sideline, motioning as if he had been hit by a Raiders player. The tunnel for both locker rooms at the Raiders' stadium is located behind the Raiders bench.

Several others could face hefty fines and suspensions that could total damages into the hundreds of thousands of dollars if not millions once we factor in lost game checks.

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