“There’s probably enough doubt in this case that he won’t go more than four games, but it could be more,” a source told Cole. “It’s like he says to guys, ‘I don’t want to see you back here.’ ”
Talib was issued a felony weapons charge for the incident. This is his second run in with the law in the last two years as he was previously arrested for allegedly assaulting a taxi driver back in 2009.
Tampa Bay has stuck by the cornerback despite his off-the-field issues so they most have assumed that this was a possibility considering that he’s been apart of multiple incidents. If Talib is suspended it will put even more pressure on Ronde Barber and their secondary.