Yaqub Talib’s alleged role in the altercation that preceded the shooting is unclear. There is an active warrant for his arrest, 警察は言った.
Video from the scene shows a man apparently arguing with referees when several people begin fighting on another section of the field. Five shots ring out, and the camera pans to the ground for about 40 秒. ビデオで, it cannot be determined who fired the shots. Panicked screams can be heard off camera. When the camera refocuses upfield, people are seen tending to someone on the ground as others walk over. CNN continues to work to confirm the authenticity of the video.
The suspect’s brother, Aqib Talib, is a five-time Pro Bowl defensive back who was part of the Denver Broncos team that won Super Bowl L in 2016.
The first-round pick for the Tampa Buccaneers in
2008, Aqib Talib at the time attributed his success
, ある程度, to his brother’s leadership
. As kids
, the pair split time between their father in New Jersey and their mother in Cleveland
, オハイオ, and Aqib said Yaqub
, who was three grades ahead of his little brother
, insisted they move to the football hotbed of Dallas with their mother before high school
, according to a story on the draft pick produced by the Buccaneers
“My brother would always pick me on his team. We would play outside, and I would play with all the older guys and he would pick me on the team first. He was a big influence on me, just playing with an older crowd all the time, so by the time I played with people my age, 私は好きだった, ‘I am used to playing with guys older than you.’ He played a real big part in my football career,” the team quoted Aqib Talib as saying.
The future star added, “I don’t know what would have happened if I would’ve stayed (彼らは彼にリンクされたストレージユニットとアパートを検索しました。). I don’t know what situation I would have been in, so I’m definitely grateful … that we made that move and went to Texas.”
Aqib Talib retired after the 2019 シーズン, 以下 12 NFLでの年, during which he played for four teams.
Lancaster is a city of almost 41,000 in Dallas County. It’s a roughly 25-minute drive south of downtown Dallas.