Witnesses say CB Aqib, a former NFL student, started the fight that led to his brother shooting the youth coach.

A battle that ended with Aqib Talib’s brother Allegedly shooting and killing a young football coach It may have been started by my former NFL cornerback, it has been reported.

witnesses Reported by Rebecca Lopez of the WFAA in Dallas That the student incited to fight by crossing the field to confront the rulers. The fight quickly escalated, with a witness, trainer Heath Mays, saying that Talib delivered the first blow against Mike Hickmon, who was shot moments later.

From WFAA:

“He ran across the field and climbed up to our side and faced the referee.”

“He’s the one who threw the first punch, which is why you see Mike running backwards to try to defend himself.”

WFAA Also contains brawl video, where a person identified as a student can be seen hitting a man trying to push back the group with a down sign. Seconds later, a different man pulls out a gun and shoots the man with a marker. TMZ has another video showing the scene before the fight.

Talib’s attorney released a statement confirming that his client was present at the shooting, saying he was “dazed and deeply devastated”:

He added, “Aqib Taleb was present at the time of this unfortunate incident and was in a state of dazed and severe destruction due to this heavy loss of life. He would like to convey his condolences to the family of the victim and to everyone who witnessed this unfortunate tragedy.”

Talib’s older brother, Yaqoub Talib, Lancaster Police Department has identified a suspect in Sunday’s shooting. Jacob voluntarily surrendered in Dallas County Jail on Monday and now faces murder charges, in WFAA. His lawyer reportedly intended to say the shooting was in self-defence.

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stalk He has credited his brother in the past for helping him nurture his football career while growing up, although the two brothers have been involved in ugly incidents in the past. The WFAA says the two brothers have been investigated for multiple shootings in the past, including one in 2016 when Obeid was He concluded that he had accidentally shot himself in Las Vegas.

As an NFL player, Aquib played 12 seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and Los Angeles Rams, made five Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl with the Broncos. After his retirement, Amazon hired him in June as an analyst to cover “Friday Night Football” this season.

Aqib Taleb’s brother is facing murder charges for a fatal shooting at a youth football match. (Photo by Catherine Lutzi/Getty Images)

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