Cowboys’ Kelvin Joseph, Raiders’ Roderic Teamer ejected following fight during game
Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders players broke out into a massive brawl in the third quarter of their Thanksgiving matchup.
With about 13 minutes left in the quarter and the Raiders up 17-13, Las Vegas punter A.J. Cole booted the ball down the field and out of bounds. The play seemed to be over but then Raiders safety Roderic Teamer and Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph started to fight each other after the whistle.
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The players rolled with each other toward the stands when special teams players from both teams started to push and shove each other more as they were trying to break up the skirmish. The fight didn’t go into the stands but it appeared at least one player got a full hand of the opposing player’s facemask.
After the dust was settled, both Teamer and Joseph were ejected from the game.
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A definite fine and possible suspensions will likely be handed down once the NFL reviews the incident.
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Las Vegas was leading by the end of the third quarter, 27-19. Derek Carr had a touchdown pass to Desean Jackson and Marcus Mariota and Josh Jacobs each had rushing touchdowns.