Aqib Talib, Michael Crabtree ejected for fighting in Broncos-Raiders game

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree center fights with Denver Broncos nose tackle Domata Peko left and cornerback Aqib Talib during the first half of an NFL football game in Oakland Calif. Sunday Nov. 26 2017. Crabtree and Talib were

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The bad blood between Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib and Oakland Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree runs deep.

During the Broncos' 24-6 victory in Week 17 last year, Talib ripped a gold chain off Crabtree's neck, which drew the ire of the nine-year veteran.

That was pretty amusing.

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

Crabtree and Talib were in the middle of the type of huge brawl you won't see too often in the NFL. The fight started after Talib appeared to pull off Crabtree's necklace at the end of a play.

Chris Harris Jr. had a confrontation with Crabtree during a previous play in which he claimed to be punched in the groin area.

Crabtree walked away at first, but then he exchanged punches with Talib, who still had his helmet on.

Michael Crabtree takes a swing at Aqib Talib. That got them both kicked out.

It was the second time in an AFC West game the Raiders lost a key player for involvement in a fight. Raiders starting right guard Gabe Jackson was also ejected, for shoving an official. He pushed Talib amongst players on the Denver sideline, where both players went to the ground.

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