July 23, 2024

NFL wish: NFL finally decide on Raiders monster punishment For Shoving Photographer After Chiefs Game….

The NFL made a statement about their decision to fine Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams for an incident that happened during a 2022 Monday Night Football game.

Davante Adams shoved a photographer

Adams was seen on camera pushing a photojournalist after the Raiders’ defeat by the Chiefs. Adams expressed his frustration as he left the field after his play contributed to the defeat. According to Wisconsin Sports Heroics, Adams expressed regret for pushing the cameraman.

In the locker room, Davante Adams gave the cameraman a grudging apology. In an interview after the shove, Adams said, according to Frank Schwab of Yahoo.com, that he had somewhat anticipated the cameraman’s actions:

“I want to apologize to the guy who was running off the field. He ran and jumped in front of me as we were leaving the field. I bumped into him and kind of shoved him, and I believe he ended up on the ground,” Adams said before continuing.

For that, I wanted to apologize to him. That was a mixture of frustration and him sprinting right in front of me, and I shouldn’t have answered in that manner. But I want to apologize to him for my initial response since that is how I felt.

The Kansas City municipal court declared in June 2023 that they were dropping the assault prosecution against Adams, according to an ESPN report. The photographer, however, filed a civil lawsuit against Adams. The NFL carried out more research regarding the event.

The NFL announced its decision on the matter

According to Tom Pelissero with the NFL Network, the league chose not to punish Adams for the incident. The matter is now closed.

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