Aqib Talib won’t face NFL discipline for 2016 shooting, report says

The Broncos cornerback must complete a firearm safety course and submit a list of his weapons now that the NFL has closed its investigation.

Aqib Talib won’t face discipline from the NFL for the 2016 shooting in which he was wounded.

The Broncos cornerback won't be suspended or fined for violating the league's personal conduct policy after shooting himself in the leg last summer,USA Today reported Tuesday.

According to the report, Talib must complete a firearm safety course and submit a list of his weapons now thatthe leaguehas closed its investigation into the incident.

Early reports said Talib told police he was “too drunk to remember"what happened. On the night of the incident, he reportedly was at a Dallas nightclub where two people were shot. However,the person who brought Talib to the hospital told authorities that Talib’s injury occurred at Hamilton Park, where several people gathered after leaving the club.

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Dallas police announced in October that Talib wouldnot face criminal charges after briefly being hospitalized with thegunshot wound that his attorney confirmed to police was self-inflicted.

Talib, 31,recorded 43 tackles and three interceptions in 13 games for Denver last season. He capped his ninth NFL season by earningAll-Pro and Pro Bowl honors.

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