It appeared as though a fine was inevitable, and possibly even a suspension could be headed his way. It was not a good look for the Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver, to say the least.
Fast forward less than 24 hours later, and it appears as though we may have judged Adams a little too soon — as evidence has now emerged that appears to absolve Adams of any wrongdoing.
A video that surfaced today online shows Adams making his way to the locker room when the cameraman comes out of nowhere and walks right in the wideout’s path, leaving him with no time to avoid the collision.
While Adams showed little remorse for sending the cameraman to the ground in the immediate aftermath of the collision, it’s also hard to blame him for showing little care for the victim.
He just endured a tough loss to a division rival in a game where his team had a 17-0 lead. And to top it all off, he had an embarrassing collision with teammate Hunter Renfrow on the 4th & 1 incompletion that essentially lost them the game.
Can you blame him for not caring about running into a cameraman who thought it was a good idea to run right into an NFL player’s path without looking where was going?
This video should help Adams steer clear of any punishment, not just with the NFL, but with the Kansas City Police Department as well after the cameraman filed a police report on the incident.
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