Aqib Talib missing Broncos’ trip to White House after being shot
Aqib Talib will miss the Denver Broncos’ trip to the White House on Monday because he will be in the hospital recovering from a gunshot wound to the leg.
Talib reportedly was one of three people shot at a club early Sunday morning in Dallas. He was taken to a hospital to be treated and he did not require surgery, according to The Denver Post.
The Broncos are set to be honored at the White House Monday for winning the Super Bowl in February, but the team says he will miss the trip:
Update on Aqib Talib: He's expected to be released from the hospital Monday but won't be able to join the team for its trip to Washington.
— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) June 6, 2016
Talib was arrested and charged for assaulting a cab driver in 2009 and was suspended a game in 2010 as a result. He allegedly fired shots at his sister’s boyfriend in 2011. And Talib was questioned regarding an incident at a club last year.
At some point he might be wise to give up the club life.