Friday morning the Dallas Police department suspended their investigation into an alleged aggravated assault involving Aqib Talib.

According to the Denver Post’s Troy Renck the Dallas Police department is suspending the investigation due to a lack of evidence.

The incident took place on April 8 at a Dallas nightclub and supposedly involved Talib and his brother Yaqub Talib. According to the Dallas police department an argument ensued inside the club and then continued in the outside parking lot.

The altercation that took place outside involved three people and at least one gunshot was fired into the air. The two brothers were questioned and their vehicles were towed that evening by the police in order to collect evidence.

Talib is a seven-year NFL veteran out of Kansas University and is in his second year of a six-year, $57 million contract. Although the case is currently suspended it has not been closed. The Denver Broncos have clearly invested a lot in the often troubled cornerback. Both Talib and team will be closely monitoring the situation.

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