Aqib Talib is out of the hospital and will travel to Denver on Tuesday to meet with team doctors on Wednesday; he will miss the final two weeks of OTAs.

Those are just a few of many updates in the rapidly evolving Aqib Talib shooting incident that occurred in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 5.

Monday’s top headline-grabbing update came from Rebecca Lopez of WFAA. Lopez said Talib told police that he was at a park when the incident happened and said, “Everything was a blur & I was too intoxicated to remember what happened.”

Dallas police currently have two different versions of the same offense record available online related to Talib’s case. One is linked to the initial report filing, which occurred around 3:45 a.m. at Medical City Hospital in Dallas. The other filing confirms what Lopez had reported earlier, that police were investigating Talib in conjunction with a separate shooting incident previously reported at V Live night club. The second filing lists Talib’s shooting as being by an unknown shooter at the address of V Live and having occurred at 2:45 a.m. Two other individuals were listed as complainants in the separate report, both having suffered gunshot wounds at V Live.

More details emerged about the severity of Talib’s injury, as well. The police report indicated that the bullet entered Talib’s right thigh and exited his right calf, which could suggest a self-inflicted wound as multiple sources have reported.

Other incongruous information about the night emerged when TMZ released a video shot outside V Live in the minutes following the reported shooting inside the club, which contains four audible gunshots.

At the same time Talib told Dallas Police he was too intoxicated to remember what happened, he also told them, “I heard a single gunshot and fell to the ground.”

ESPN has reported that the NFL is now actively investigating the case itself.

The legal implications surrounding the shooting are beginning to be evaluated as well. Talib’s situation has drawn comparison’s to Plaxico Burress, the former New York Giant who served two years in prison after accidentally shooting himself in the leg at a Manhattan night club.

Texas has historically had far more lax gun laws than New York, but that doesn’t mean Talib will necessarily avoid prosecution in the event he did in fact shoot himself and that he was indeed intoxicated. The state recently adopted a law that requires gun owners to carry a permit; carrying a weapon in public without one is a Class 3 felony. There are multiple scenarios that could see Talib face between one and 10 years in prison – predicated upon where the shooting actually occurred.