Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib is declining to discuss the report that police have concluded he shot himself in the leg in June, saying the matter is still being reviewed.
“I’m still at the same place, I’m just not going to speak on it,” Talib said, via ESPN. “It’s still under review, so nothing has changed.”
Talib suffered a gunshot wound to his leg in June, under circumstances that remain unclear. As PFT reported last month, no one who was in a position to see what happened was willing to talk to police, so the investigation has been quiet. The NFL has not said whether the incident could result in a suspension under the personal-conduct policy.
Talib suffered only a minor injury to his leg and has started all four games for the Broncos this season. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Talib is “playing great” and there is no change to his status as far as the team is concerned.