The city authorities confirmed that the person attacked suffered injuries that required hospitalization, the league analyzes disciplinary measures
The Police department of Kansas City and the NFL will investigate a Davante Adamsreceiver of Las Vegas Raidersfor him push that he gave to a photographer at the end of the duel that his team lost on “Monday Night Football” against the Chiefs by 30-29.
“at the end of the game Chiefs–Raiders the photographer he was pushed to the ground causing injuries. The victim arranged for private transportation to the hospital for treatment, and called the police“, reads the report published this Tuesday by the police of Kansas City.
Consummated the defeat of the Raiders, Davante Adams he went annoyed to the locker room; before entering the tunnel photographer crossed his path. Davante Adams he pushed him with both hands, the man fell to the ground, the player looked at him for a moment and continued on his way.
The catcher had already shown his frustration after the 30-29 loss to the Chiefs because on the last play where they were trying to get within field goal distance to come back, Davante Adams He collided in his trajectory with a teammate and the pass that was looking for him was incomplete.
After that action, at his entrance to the bench, Davante Adams He slammed his helmet against the ground, then headed for the locker room, where the incident occurred with the photographer.
The NFL confirmed on Tuesday that the Police department of Kansas City received the police report against Davante Adamsso it studies the disciplinary measures that it will impose on the player.
The police of Kansas City said the incident will be investigated by detectives of the assault unit and the investigation is expected to last between one and two days.
In the post-game press conference, the wide receiver confessed he was sorry for his behavior.
“I want to apologize. I was coming off the field and I collided with him and pushed him. I think he ended up on the ground, so I want to apologize to him because that was just the frustration mixed with him running in front of me and I shouldn’t have done it. I want to apologize to him for that,” he acknowledged Davante Adams.
The former Green Bay Packers star and five-time Pro Bowl selection, who is in his first year with the Raidershad an outstanding performance before the Chiefs with 124 receiving yards and two touchdowns to reach five so far this season.