Report: Dallas police rule Broncos’ Talib shot himself in leg

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DALLAS — The Dallas Police Department’s investigation into a shooting involving Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib is complete and it found he shot himself in the leg, according to WFAA, which cited sources.

The report also said no charges will be filed against Talib.

Talib was reportedly one of two people shot during a fight in a nightclub in Dallas in early June. He suffered a leg injury in the shooting at the Vlive club after a late-night fight.

The two victims were taken to a local hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.

Talib missed a trip with the Broncos to be honored at the White House for winning the Super Bowl.

The NFL will review the Dallas Police Department’s findings. It’s not clear if Talib will be suspended under the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

The Broncos did not have a comment on the report.

Talib told police on the morning of the incident that he was “too intoxicated” to remember what happened. He did not need surgery, and missed some practice and preseason games.

Talib, 30, is in his third season with the Broncos. He had two interceptions in Denver’s 27-7 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.