The NFL isn’t messing around as it concerns the extended beef between Michael Crabtree and Aqib Talib, who were both ejected Sunday for fighting.
The league handed down two-game suspensions for both players on Monday evening.
Michael Crabtree & Aqib Talib suspended 2 games each for violations of unsportsmanlike conduct & unnecessary roughness rules pic.twitter.com/PzbWuvXD5I
— Michael Signora (@NFLfootballinfo) November 28, 2017
The fight, which was sparked when Talib ripped off Crabtree’s necklace for the second season in a row, involved multiple punches, and Crabtree actually sucker-punched Chris Harris Jr. the play before it happened.
Both players will have three business days to appeal their suspensions.