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Aqib Talib strikes again

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The Bucs released a statement Wednesday indicating that some discipline could be forthcoming for Aqib Talib after he hit teammate Torrie Cox with his helmet on the minicamp practice field.

"We are discussing the specifics of this situation and will provide and update as we proceed," the statement reads. This isn't quite Ken Lucas vs. Steve Smith, but it's close. A one-game suspension isn't out of the question.

Source: St. Petersburg Times

if only he hit people on the field like he does off

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Towelie always says bring a towel to practice to mop up the blood after a thug teammate nails you with a helmet!

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" the statement reads. This isn't quite Ken Lucas vs. Steve Smith, but it's close.

:eek:

:D

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Coach Raheem Morris said Thursday that Aqib Talib's punishment for striking Torrie Cox in the face with his helmet has been handled "in house."

It appears no suspension is coming, but he probably got fined.

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They can't afford to suspend him, they don't have much else going on at CB.

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