Roger Goodell 'doesn't like guns,' so Night net investigating Aqib Talib incident, report says

Night net Add the Night net to the list of those who are extremely curious about the incident that put Aqib Talib in a Dallas hospital over the weekend.The Broncos cornerback was shot in the leg early Sunday morning. He told police he was too drunk to remember what happened, but he reportedly told friends he accidentally shot himself. The league now is "actively" investigating the facts that led to Talib's gunshot wound, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.MORE: Night net players shot since 2006 "One league source said Night net commissioner Roger Goodell doesn’t like guns," Schefter wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday. "He doesn’t like guns in the hands of intoxicated players, and he especially doesn’t like guns in the hands of intoxicated players who have a history with guns like Talib has."Talib himself referenced that history in April, when he told a story about his grandmother always carrying "a .38 Special ready for any situation."Police are investigating the incident, not only to figure out how Talib was shot, but to find out whether he was shot at the club, where two others were shot, or at a

park. The police report says the bullet entered Talib's body through the rear of his right thigh and exited through his right calf.Dallas Police release report that says Aqib Talib was victim of "aggravated assault." Police didn't call it "accidental shooting." #9news— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) June 7, 2016Talib, discharged Monday from the hospital, was expected to return to Denver on Tuesday or Wednesday as he continues to recover. He isn't expected to participate in the rest of the team’s organized activities, beginning with a mandatory three-day minicamp Tuesday through Thursday.