NFL bans Talib and Crabtree after confrontation that sparked mass brawl

  • Both players suspended for two games after their fight on Sunday
  • Raiders coach Jack Del Rio says punishment is too harsh

Oakland receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver cornerback Aqib Talib have been suspended for two games each without pay after they fought during their teams’ meeting on Sunday.

NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan announced the suspensions a day after the two players brawled during Oakland’s 21-14 victory. Both players can appeal the suspensions.

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