Talib admitted there was a way the incident could have been defused, as Joseph had wished. "I jut hope the league see that".
NFL Suspends Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib two games
Carter said Monday on Fox Sports 1's "First Things First" that Talib needs to "check himself" or he will be out of the NFL. The peak of the fight between Talib and Crabtree happened after the shoving match between the two teams appeared to have ended, and that is apparently what has irritated National Football League officials. "I wouldn't even want to but because I knew my daughter would see the footage, I would have to do it". Both Crabtree and Talib were kicked out of the game, along with Raiders guard Gabe Jackson, who got the boot for pushing an official, but if Harris' story holds true, Crabtree should have been removed from the game before he traded blows with Talib. "We can't lose our best players because of personal battles". "We can't fall into the trap of getting into a fight that ends up losing one our best players; we can't do it". "I want our guys to simply defuse and walk away, that's what I want". "I guess it wasn't to play football".
Once again in a repeat of history from previous year, Talib snatched Crabtree's gold chain and yanked it from his neck. "It's unacceptable; we can't do it". We should expect to hear a decision from the league office later this week.
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"I'll say this, I'm not sure how it all started", Joseph said. According to Harris, it was the sucker punch that led to both teams fighting, not the history between Crabtree and Talib.
"Again, I'm not going to speak for the Raiders, I'm going to speak for our guys. I don't want it to happen, but if it does happen, you can't blame a man for defending himself", Joseph continued. "That's what I want".
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