“Who, me?” “Yes, you.” “Couldn’t be!” “Then, who? Your brother again?”
The Dallas Police Department is reportedly investigating Denver Broncos Pro Bowl CB Aqib Talib along with his brother Yaqub for an aggravated assault that occurred in downtown Dallas.
9News in Colorado reported that Talib and his brother were involved in a physical altercation with another person or persons at Club Luxx on Pearl Street, and then a gun was fired in the club, according to the police. The brothers then left that club in a white Range Rover and a white Jaguar and went to the XTC Cabaret on N. Stemmons Freeway. There, police caught up to the pair and questioned and released them.
Police towed the Range Rover and Jaguar, and are reportedly searching the vehicles for forensic evidence linked to the aggravated assault.
Talib had one of the best seasons of his career with the Denver Broncos in 2014, recording four INTs – two of them for TDs – including a forced fumble, his first career sack and a career-high 67 tackles in just 15 games for the Broncos.
This isn’t Talib’s first run-in with the Dallas Police Department, however. In July 2014 he was falsely identified publicly in an arrest when in fact it was Yaqub who was arrested. Talib went on to tell the Boston Herald that he didn’t hold any grudges or ill will against the DPD for the incident.