Football fans may remember Talib and Crabtree feuding late last season as well, as Talib infamously ripped off Crabtree's chain in the final game of the 2016 regular season.
That was pretty amusing. Either way, both players can expect a hefty fine and possible suspensions for their actions.
This isn't the first time Talib has pulled off Crabtree's necklace. It was wholly unnecessary to the play.
Crabtree lost his helmet and threw a few wild swings before being quelled. That led to players from both sides joining the scrum.
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There's at least two things Aqib Talib doesn't like in his life: Michael Crabtree and Crabtree's chain.
Crabtree and Talib have a history with each other that is likely the source of the bad blood between the players. Only 3:07 remained in the game, and two of the best players in the game were ejected. Raiders starting right guard Gabe Jackson was also ejected, for shoving an official.
Then, in an odd scene, Talib had to leave the field through the Raiders sideline after his ejection. Before being aided off the field he motioned demonstratively in the direction of the Oakland bench and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.
Crabtree blocked Talib during a 5-yard run by running back Marshawn Lynch.