The Broncos promoted cornerback Marcus Rios to the active roster Friday. Rios has held a spot on the team’s practice squad all season. Rios fills the roster spot vacated by cornerback Aqib Talib, who will serve a one-game suspension on Sunday for his role in last week’s fight with Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree. The [more]
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio has expressed his displeasure with wide receiver Michael Crabtree‘s one-game suspension. But Broncos coach Vance Joseph, while hopeful the league would only fine cornerback Aqib Talib, wouldn’t go there. Joseph called it a “fair” process. “I’ll say this: I was hoping for just a fine,” Joseph said, via quotes distributed [more]
Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree is still unhappy with Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib. And Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib is still unhappy with Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree. “[He] came out there to fight, man,” Talib told Vic Lombardi of Altitude 950 in Denver on Wednesday. “He ain’t come out there to play no ball. He came out [more]
“I don’t care about no chains.”
Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree is still unhappy about the situation that led to his fight with Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and subsequent one-game suspension. In an interview with Vic Tafur of the Athletic, Crabtree said he wanted his suspension to be completely annulled as he takes issue with the notion he instigated the [more]
On Tuesday, punishments were handed down following the brawl between the Raiders-Broncos and Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib both received a suspension of two games each. Both appealed and eventually got a one game suspension. Once the news came down, people began taking to Twitter to either celebrate the suspensions are blast the players for […]
Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib had their suspensions reduced to just one game following their scuffle during Week 12.
Oakland Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib were suspended two games each for a fight on Sunday.
This is not what NFL organizations mean by using tape to outwit opponents.
Just a few minutes into Sunday's Denver Broncos-Oakland Raiders game, bad blood between Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree set off a huge brawl.
The Raiders and Broncos are set to be without key contributors for the beginning of December. Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree were both ejected from Sunday’s Broncos vs. Raiders game. Both players were facing 2-game suspensions for setting off a brawl between the two teams. Show More Summary
The Broncos and Raiders got good news on Tuesday
Sunday's fight will only cost Talib and Crabtree an additional game.
Oakland receiver Michael Crabtree, Denver cornerback Aqib Talib have suspensions reduced to 1 game on appeal
Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree and Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib had their suspensions reduced from two games to one on appeal, via Adam Schefter of ESPN. Crabtree will miss the Raiders’ game against the Giants this week, while Talib will sit out the Broncos’ game against the Dolphins. James Thrash heard Talib’s appeal, while Derrick [more]
The Broncos came to the defense of their teammate, cornerback Aqib Talib, on Monday. Not surprisingly, the Raiders did the same with their teammate, wide receiver Michael Crabtree, on Tuesday. Cornerback David Amerson said he “understands” why Crabtree did what he did after Talib ripped off his chain for a second time. “We’re in front [more]
The league had very specific reasons behind this discipline. Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree are each facing a two-game suspension after they were ejected over a fight that started a brawl in Broncos vs. Raiders on Sunday. It’s an unusual...Show More Summary
The NFL said Sunday's fight appeared to be premeditated and put other people at risk.
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Oakland receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver cornerback Aqib Talib have been suspended two games each without pay for fighting.