Davante Adams was frustrated after the Las Vegas Raiders’ 30-29 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He’ll regret how he took out that frustration.
As he made his way back to the locker room, Adams shoved a photographer to the ground. ESPN’s cameras caught the act and played it on “SportsCenter” after the game.
Less than 24 hours later, that man has now filed a police report, according to TMZ.
“The photographer shoved to the ground by Davante Adams after the Raiders-Chiefs “MNF” game has officially filed a police report against the NFL superstar, claiming he was injured during the incident and had to go to the hospital.
Authorities tell us the man claimed he was the victim of an assault. They say he told them he suffered injuries … though they were “thought to be non-life threatening.”
They added that the man was later transported to the hospital.”
In the locker room afterward, in comments shown on ESPN, Adams apologized.
“Before I answer anything else, I want to apologize to the guy — some guy running off the field, and he ran, jumped in front of me when we’re coming off the field and I bumped into him, kind of pushed him and I think he ended up on the ground,” Adams said. “I wanted to say sorry to him for that. That was frustration mixed with him running, literally running in front of me, and I shouldn’t have responded that way. But that’s how I initially responded so I want to apologize to him for that.”