Crabtree walked away at first, but then he exchanged punches with Talib, who still had his helmet on.
After Michael Crabtree was ejected in the first quarter for getting into a fight with Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib, Raiders receiver Amari Cooper left in the second quarter with an apparent neck injury.
Brawl between Broncos, Raiders players leads to ejections
The brawl started after Crabtree aggressively blocked Talib on a running play, pushing the defender long after the two had run out of bounds and the play was dead.
When the altercation did finally subside, both the receiver and cornerback were ejected from the contest.
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Both players were ejected for fighting, and Oakland offensive lineman Gabe Jackson was also ejected on Sunday for making contact with an official. Crabtree played jewelry-less on Sunday.
You can watch the chaos unfold below.
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This was hardly an isolated incident between Crabtree and Talib, however. Football fans may remember Talib and Crabtree feuding late last season as well, as Talib infamously ripped off Crabtree's chain in the final game of the 2016 regular season.
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