Raiders' Michael Crabtree, Broncos' Aqib Talib ejected after fight

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Emotions boiled over as Talib started blocking Crabtree.

If Crabtree was looking for revenge against Talib, it was his first opportunity.

The two also got into a fight during a game last season when Talib grabbed Crabtree's gold chain necklace during the final regular-season game in a Broncos' 24-6 victory.

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When the altercation did finally subside, both the receiver and cornerback were ejected from the contest. It was wholly unnecessary to the play.

Lynch, who made contact with an official, ended being suspended for a subsequent game.

Talib and Crabtree then exchanged shoves before swinging punches at each other. After being briefly separated, both players threw punches at one another. Crabtree didn't have his helmet on, but he was still willing to fight Talib. As he left the field, Harris appeared to point toward the Oakland sideline, motioning as if he had been hit by a Raiders player. He pushed Talib amongst players on the Denver sideline, where both players went to the ground.

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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.

There will be fines, maybe suspensions and a lost game for three key players.

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