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NFL suspends Crabtree, Talib

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By Anthony Caruso III| Publisher

The NFL wasted no time in suspending Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib. Both were suspended two games after their brawl on Sunday.

This was the first meeting between the two teams that Crabtree was available to play in for the Raiders. He was injured when the two sides played earlier this season.

This beef goes back almost a year between these two players from a January 2017 incident. In the final regular season game of the 2016 season, Talib pulled Crabtree’s chain off his neck.

Talib said he believed that Crabtree was flaunting the chain. The second incident on Sunday escalated when Talib broke Crabtree’s chain once again.

After the chain was snatched, Crabtree and Talib went from the field onto the sidelines before Crabtree took down the corner. The two were shoving as their teammates attempted to break up the players.

Instead of calling it quits, Crabtree and Talib exchanged punches with each other. Crabtree was stupid though, as he punched Talib with his helmet on.

This was the final meeting of the 2017 season for both teams. But as long as these two players are playing in the NFL, “The Chain Snatcher” and his enemy will continue to go at it until the NFL puts an end to it.

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