Aqib Talib grabs Michael Crabtree's gold chain necklace and snaps it

Aqib Talib tried to take Michael Crabtree's necklace during Sunday's game

To hear Aqib Talib tell it, he had a simple reason for ripping the gold chain off Michael Crabtree's neck: He had gotten exhausted of seeing the Raiders wide receiver wear it. "You snatch a chain in front of the police and run off?" Talib was jawing with Crabtree near the sideline and then snatched a gold chain from around Crabtree's neck.

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Talib said that Crabtree's reaction was to start "crying to the ref".

Crabtree said he made "a business decision" in not going after Talib because he felt he would be penalized. "I could have hurt him". He said he didn't retaliate for fear of being kicked out of ta game that his team desperately needed to help lock up the No. 2 seed.