Davante Adams Shoved a Cameraman to the Ground After Raiders Loss to the Chiefs

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Davante Adams Shoved a Cameraman to the Ground After Raiders Loss to the Chiefs

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Las Vegas Raiders star wide receiver Davante Adams did not have a good time on Monday Night Football.

Although Adams, himself, got his yards (124) and touchdowns (2), he wasn’t necessarily as involved as he could have been (just 3 receptions), and he did have a fumble. More importantly, the Raiders blew a 17-0 lead and wound up losing to the division-rival Chiefs by a single point, falling to 1-4 in the process.

AND! With the game on the line, on 4th and 1 with 47 seconds left and the Raiders trying to get into field goal position for a win, Adams collided with fellow wideout Hunter Renfrow, leaving them both without a play:

So angry was Adams after the play and the loss that he shoved a camera guy to the ground on his way off the field, seemingly for no reason at all:

The frustration is understandable in a moment like that, but obviously that is not a line you can cross. When someone is not expecting something like that, especially with equipment in their hands, that fall could be really dangerous.

Adams apologized after the game on Twitter (while kinda trying to blame the guy for “running in front of him”:

Adams will face discipline from the NFL for this one, as he should, and it remains to be seen how substantial the punishment will be:


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