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Aqib Talib incident report released by Dallas police

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Since Aqib Talib exited the hospital after suffering a gunshot wound nearly a month ago, details of the case and investigation have been few and far between.

On Friday, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport obtained the full report on the incident that took place early on June 5 near a bar/nightclub in Dallas.

Per the Dallas Police Department, Talib told an officer he did not know who shot him and a witness said he heard only a single gunshot. The DPD report says an "unknown suspect" shot Talib. The bullet entered into the rear of his right thigh and exited his right calf.

There was no mention within the report that the Broncos corner shot himself or had a gun at the time of the incident -- a possibility investigators had been looking into.

The DPD incident report also notes that one gram of marijuana was found by police, but there was no charge for possession.

The NFL is investigating the shooting and Talib faces the possibility of league discipline, Rapoport previously reported.

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