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Source: NFL won't fine, suspend Broncos' Talib

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ESPN.com news services

Aqib Talib will not face discipline from the NFL for the June incident in which the Denver Broncos cornerback shot himself in the leg, a league source confirmed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The NFL told Talib on Monday that he would not be suspended or fined, the source said, confirming an earlier report by USA Today Sports.

A league source told ESPN in March that Talib could be facing a one- or two-game suspension. Ultimately, however, the source said the league decided it did not have enough evidence to discipline Talib.

Talib suffered a gunshot wound to his lower right leg in the early hours of June 5 in Dallas. He avoided surgery and was released from the hospital the following day. The incident forced him to miss the Broncos’ visit to the White House to commemorate their Super Bowl 50 victory.

In 2016, Talib posted 43 tackles and three interceptions over 13 games while making the Pro Bowl for the fourth straight season.

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