Following a doleful defeat at 30-29, Las Vegas Raiders’ Davante Adam failed to keep a grip on his temper and outburst on the cameraman out of everyone else on the field.
How demeaning was it for the five-time Pro Bowl to be vanquished by a team like Kansas City Chiefs with three AFL championships? Here are some insights on the most gossiped topic in the recent NFL world.
After Monday night’s defeat to the Chiefs, surely Raiders fans were mournful but the star player Davante portrayed a different level of fume on the field.
Being outrageous the WR jostled a cameraman while heading toward the locker room. As the man stepped in front of him, Adams pushed the photographer with both hands and continued walking off the field.
Davante narrated part of the story as ” I was coming out the field and I bumped into him and kinda pushed him and he ended up on the ground.”
Admitting he succumbed to frustration, the very distinctive wide receiver continued stating, ”I wanted to say sorry to him for that because that was just frustration mixed with him running in front of me and I shouldn’t have responded that way, but that’s how I initially responded so I wanted to apologize to him for that.”
It has been reported to the police that the cameraman was hurt during the incident. Chief Jake Becchina of the Kansas City Police said the cameraman approached the department on Monday night after he was shoved to the ground. “He made arrangements for private transport to the hospital for treatment at which time he called the police,” Becchina added.
The league understands pretty well that the star player acted beyond his line, consequently there awaits a suspension notice for him. With two more thrilling matches against Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints in the running month, let’s see how the Raiders pull off their best performance.