There seems to be more questions than answers following the weekend shooting of Aqib Talib.
The Broncos cornerback was shot in the right leg early Sunday morning while allegedly leaving a nightclub in Dallas.
Police in Texas are investigating the incident but haven't yet been able to identify a shooter. One of the main issues that authorities have run into during their investigation is that Talib hasn't really been able to help them.
According to WFAA-TV in Dallas, Talib told police that he was too drunk to remember anything.
"Everything was a blur and I was too intoxicated to remember what happened," Talib told police.
It's also possible Talib does remember and was just too embarrassed to talk about it. According to 9news.com in Denver, Talib is telling people "close to him" that he accidentally shot himself.
Talib also reportedly told police that he was shot while at a park with friends.
Aqib Talib told DPD he was hanging out with a large group at this park when he was shot at 3:40 Sunday Morning pic.twitter.com/RXHQ1ciN4t— Rebecca Lopez (@rlopezwfaa) June 6, 2016
Although Talib says he wasn't shot at a nightclub, police are still investigating that possibility.
After the shooting on Sunday, Dallas police offered a few details about the shooting. According to the DPD, officers responded to a report of a shooting victim at Medical City Dallas Hospital around 2:45 a.m. "and detectives were investigating if the incident is connected to the shooting at the V Live strip club."
TMZ also has video that shows the shooting going down at the V Live strip club.
Talib avoided any major injury and was released from the hospital on Monday after receiving several stitches. According to WFAA, the bullet took an interesting route, as it "entered through rear of Talib's right thigh and exited out his right calf."
The injury kept Talib in Texas on Monday, which meant he missed the Broncos' trip to the White House. The team was honored by President Obama for their win in Super Bowl 50.
Before heading to Washington D.C., the Broncos released a statement on Talib's status.
""We are glad he is OK and will make a full recovery," the team said. "Our organization has been in touch with the NFL on this matter, and we will provide additional updates as appropriate."
Talib has run into legal trouble several times in Dallas since 2009, when he was arrested and charged with simple battery and resisting arrest after assaulting a cab driver. Talib was suspended for one game of the 2010 season after that incident.