Davante Adams’ name has been doing the rounds in recent weeks since his interview The Ringer. Although the Las Vegas Raiders star has tried to correct the record, it seems that more controversy will follow the receiver in Sin City.
According to Kansas City StarAdams has been charged in connection with an incident at Arrowhead Stadium last fall.
Then on October 10, after the Raiders lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, Adams was seen kicking a cameraman as he left the field.
Adams quickly apologized to the photographer, with the Raiders star tweeting an apology for the incident. The six-time Pro Bowler then took to Twitter to apologize.
The NFL quarterback was later charged with assault in a Kansas City court, though the case is still pending.
Davante Adams is not the only person named in the new lawsuit. The Raiders, Chiefs, Jackson Sports Complex Authority and Landmark Event Staffing Services were also named as defendants.
It is worth noting that Adams has not been reprimanded by the league so far.
Davante Adams video shows WR kicking cameraman
In particular, Adams did not argue the media is also reporting on the event.
This week, on The AthleticThe Raiders star had this to say about the incident:
“I wouldn’t look at what happened in KC as something that – I don’t want to say that I didn’t learn because it sounds like I’m not feeling sorry and things like that – but it was just an example. .”
“It’s not something I needed to happen to know it wasn’t the right thing to do. So, it just happened.”
What’s next for Davante Adams and the Raiders?
Adams’ first year in Las Vegas did not go as planned, although he was named an All-Pro for the third straight year.
The Raiders also faced enough turmoil in the offseason.
Derek Carr is Attackers he eventually agreed to part ways, with the QB going to the New Orleans Saints. Jimmy Garoppolo was signed to be QB1 instead.
In March, the former 49ers quarterback signed a three-year contract with the Raiders worth $67.5 million.
Garoppolo’s start to the season hasn’t gone to plan, even though it’s still early season.
According to several reports, Garoppolo had surgery in the offseason to remove a nagging foot problem. The QB was absent during OTAs, leading to speculation that he was absent.