Aqib Talib Snatches Michael Crabtree's Chain During Broncos-Raiders Brawl

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At that point, Talib threw a punch but did not connect with Crabtree.

Crabtree has been upset ever since Talib ripped Crabtree's chain off his neck during the regular-season finale last season.

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree were ejected from the Broncos and Raiders game on Sunday after the two players got into a fight during the game on Sunday.

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

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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. He kept blocking Talib even on the sidelines, which led to other players getting physical on the sideline.

OK, it wasn't that harmless as Crabtree blocked Talib well down the sideline, far out of bounds, long after the play was over. Marshawn Lynch was tossed from an October 19 win over Kansas City after leaving the sideline to intercede in an altercation between teammates and the Chiefs Marcus Peters.

The Broncos and Raiders played earlier this year as Denver beat Oakland, 16-10, in Week 4.

When the altercation did finally subside, both the receiver and cornerback were ejected from the contest.