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Raiders WR Davante Adams apologizes for shoving credentialed person after loss, faces potential discipline


Raiders WR Davante Adams apologizes for shoving credentialed person after loss, faces potential discipline.








Raiders WR Davante Adams apologizes for shoving credentialed person after loss, faces potential discipline.


Following his team's loss to the Chiefs on Monday night, Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams is likely to get criticism from the league, maybe even a punishment, according to sources cited by NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero.

Adams shoved the individual down as he was leaving GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium and heading into the tunnel. Adams soon after expressed regret to the individual and talked about the event at his postgame press conference.

Before I continue, I want to express my regret to the cameraman who sprinted off the field and leaped in front of me, Adams remarked. "As I was leaving the field, I ran into him and shoved him. I believe he ended up on the ground, so I want to apologize to him. I should not have reacted that way, but that is how I did at first, and it was simply impatience combined with his racing in front of me. I need to make amends to him for that."


On Monday, Adams made two lengthy touchdown catches, one of which in the fourth quarter trimmed the Chiefs' advantage to one point. However, a crucial catch he made in the fourth quarter was reversed after a review, and the game-winning collision between Adams and Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow occurred on a botched fourth down try.

Adams was spotted slamming his helmet after the game, clearly upset about the Raiders' defeat. The incident in the tunnel happened shortly after that.

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