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Talib left Sunday's game against the Dolphins with hamstring injury.

Talib, who looks done for the day, recorded two tackles and a forced fumble prior to his exit from Sunday's game.

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Talib had two tackles and an interception during Sunday's win over the 49ers.

Talib has now picked off a pass in back-to-back games, matching his total from 2011 and doubling his 2012 and 2013 output. Quarterbacks just don't throw at him very often, which ends up limiting his opportunity to pick off passes, which is really his greatest fantasy asset, as he's not a high-volume tackler.

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Talib had four tackles and returned an interception 22 yards for a touchdown in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Jets.

New York got the ball back with 56 seconds left and needing a touchdown to tie, but on third-and-14, Talib picked off Geno Smith and took it to the house to give the Broncos a 14-point win. It was Talib's first interception of the season, and while he could be good for a few more, he's a fairly speculative fantasy play due to his low tackle totals (19 through five games).

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Talib had two tackles during Sunday's preseason game against the 49ers.

Talib will be the Broncos' top cornerback this season, although the other side of the field has some question marks, with Chris Harris returning from a torn ACL, and rookie Bradley Roby competing with Kayvon Webster (ankle) for playing time. If opponents decide to exploit the weaknesses on the other side of the field, Talib could be left with few passes to defend.

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The Dallas Police Department confirms Aqib Talib's brother, Yaqub, was the one arrest for public intoxication early Sunday morning at Club Syn.

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Broncos CB Aqib Talib was arrested for public intoxication Saturday night in Dallas.

Talib was escorted out of Club Syn at about 1:45 AM after a "disturbance." He was allegedly throwing bottles in the club and "causing a danger to himself and others." It's Talib's first off-field issue since receiving a four-game ban for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs in October 2012.

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USA Today reports Aqib Talib's "six,-year, $57 million contract" could end up as a one-year, $12 million deal.

Only $11.5 million of the deal is truly guaranteed. Another $500,000 is available for 2014 through per-game roster bonuses. Talib's 2015 and 2016 salaries are guaranteed for "injury only," meaning that, barring a career-ending injury, the Broncos could theoretically move on next offseason. Doing so would incur a $4 million cap hit. It's unlikely to happen, but as is often the case, deals are trumped up in the early days of free agency.

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Broncos signed CB Aqib Talib to a six-year, $57 million contract with $26 million guaranteed.

Denver attacked its secondary on the first day of free agency, landing Talib and top strong safety T.J. Ward. Talib, 28, has gotten his act together off the field in recent seasons and when healthy is a top-five press-man corner in the game. Look for DC Jack Del Rio to utilize him in shadow coverage of opposing No. 1 receivers. The Broncos have drafted well under GM John Elway, have a lot of salary cap space to show for it with so many players on cheap rookie deals, and Peyton Manning has 1-2 years left. We can't blame them for going all in.

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ESPN's John Clayton's "early prediction" is the Redskins will sign free agent CB Aqib Talib.

It's growing clearer and clearer that the Skins are simply going to outbid the Patriots for Talib. That would allow New England to focus its efforts on re-signing Julian Edelman. Talib is likely staring at $10 million a year.

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The Washington Post confirms the Redskins have "expressed interest" in free agent CB Aqib Talib.

There are many connections for Talib in D.C.; DBs coach Raheem Morris was his head coach in Tampa Bay, and GM Bruce Allen drafted Talib when Allen was the Buccaneers' GM in 2008. Per the Post, Talib is "believed to be seeking a contract that would pay him $9 million to $10 million a season." A league insider told the paper the Redskins want to "make a statement at DB" this offseason.