Aqib Talib Cooperating With Texas Police In Shooting Incident

The bizarre incident surrounding Bucs CB Aqib Talib continues. For a quick recap, Talib and his mother have been accused of shooting at a man who was reportedly in an argument with his sister. It's unclear exactly what happened but Texas police are getting involved.

According to a report from the St. Petersburg Times, Talib is cooperating with police.

"He is cooperating,'' said Garland police spokesman Joe Harn. "He came and met with (detectives) a little bit the other day.''

The police previously said charges, if any, would probably come later in the week.

"This is still an open case," Joe Harn told Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times.   "Once the detectives have decided, probably later this week, if there are charges that need to be brought against him or not, because of the high-profile interest in this case, we'll have an announcement."

This is the latest in several off-the-field incidents for Talib in his short career. 

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