Raiders receiver Davante Adams was visibly frustrated with the outcome of Monday night’s game. He let his frustration take over.
While on his way to the tunnel after losing 30-29 to the Chiefs, Adams pushed a man with an equipment to the ground. The man crossed Adams’ path and Adams shoved him to the ground with both hands.
He didn’t appear to be injured, but it’s certainly not the sort of thing the league will approve.
Adams had a great night, with two touchdowns and 124 receiving yards on just three catches. But a third-down catch that would have put the Raiders in position for a potentially winning field was deemed incomplete via the replay rating. Then, in fourth place, Adams and teammate Hunter Renfrow collided, leaving no chance for Adams to try and catch the ball. Adams slammed his helmet on the ground after leaving the field.