Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree each get two-game suspensions for fight

Ejected players are rarely suspended by the NFL. 

This season, Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green punched Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey three times but was not suspended.

The league made a big message on Monday night by suspending Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib 

and Oakland Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree for two games each for their involvement in a Sunday afternoon altercation.

The fight began when Crabtree blocked Talib. In a game last season, Talib removed Crabtree's chain, which seemed to set him off. 

Crabtree blocked Talib out of bounds, drove him down, and began a two-team brawl. Talib and Crabtree left the scrum and started punching at midfield. It was a rough battle that went further than most football fights.

In a letter to Crabtree, the NFL claimed it was punishing him for punching Broncos cornerback Chris Harris before the Talib incident and injuring a game official trying to break up the brawl.

The NFL wrote to Talib about him removing Crabtree's chain again.

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