Broncos Wide Receiver Tim Patrick Ejected After Punching Raiders Player
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – NFL officials ejected former Utah and current Denver Broncos receiver Tim Patrick following a fight during a game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
The Raiders hosted the Broncos at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, November 15.
During the early part of the fourth quarter, Patrick and Raiders cornerback Isaiah Johnson were both disqualified from the game after throwing punches.
Following an incomplete pass on 3rd & 10 from the Denver 25, an altercation involving several players took place after Patrick punched Raiders safety Johnathan Abram.
CB Isaiah Johnson (LV) and WR Tim Patrick (DEN) ejected by Tony Corrente's crew. These are the 14th and 15th ejections of the season. List from @QuirkyResearch: https://t.co/GWI9O9KnBc pic.twitter.com/EkmnWGtT9B
— Fᴏᴏᴛʙᴀʟʟ Zᴇʙʀᴀs ✊🏾⚖️ (@footballzebras) November 15, 2020
Johnson retaliated by punching the former Utah wide-out.
Patrick’s play resulted in an unnecessary roughness penalty.
Tim Patrick just got ejected from the Broncos game against the Raiders for throwing a punch. A Raiders defender was also DQ'd for throwing a punch.
— Trevor Allen (@TrevorASports) November 15, 2020
Before his ejection, Patrick led the Broncos in receiving with four catches for 61 yards.
At the time that Patrick exited the game, Las Vegas held a 23-6 lead over Denver.
The Broncos vs. Raiders game is broadcast on CBS.
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