Star Raiders Receiver Pushes Camera Man Over As He Exits The Field On Monday Night Football

The Las Vegas Raiders suffered their fourth loss of the season on Monday Night Football to the Kansas City Chiefs, and while they've been fighting down to the last minute in every game they've played in 2022, the results just haven't been there, and it's no doubt leading to plenty of frustration within that Raiders locker room.

Unfortunately, that seeped into the stars of the Las Vegas squad, as Davante Adams ended a disappointing Monday night by pushing over a cameraman on the way off the field, which drew plenty of criticism on Twitter following the game. Sometimes, emotions just boil over, and thankfully it appeared the cameraman was okay, and following the incident, Adams took to Twitter to rightfully apologize for the brain snap, and it's hard to tell whether the NFL will take disciplinary action or not.

Given the scrutiny that NFL players receive and the pressure that they're constantly under, it's no surprise that tensions boil over sometimes, but this just isn't an acceptable look, and puts a damper on what was a good game of football. Either way, it seems the man was okay and Adams did apologize, but it wouldn't surprise anyone if the NFL stepped in with a fine for the star wide receiver.

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