Dallas police report sheds little light on gunshot suffered by Broncos' Aqib Talib DALLAS — An incident report released Friday by Dallas Police into the June 5 shooting involving Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib revealed that he suffered a single gunshot wound to the back of his right thigh and calf.Doug Baldwin Jersey A witness told police he had been with Talib and a large group of people at a park when he heard a single shot and saw Talib lying on the ground. Police in the report,James Harrison Jersey obtained by USA TODAY Sports, wrote that an “unknown suspect” shot Talib.AJ McCarron Jersey A friend drove Talib to a hospital, where the shooting was reported to police.Chandler Jones Jersey The report also states that officers found one gram of marijuana during the investigation, but it does not specify who possessed the drugs or where it was found.DeMarcus Ware Jersey There is no mention in the report of Talib possessing a weapon or if the gunshot wound was potentially self-inflicted. Denver's KUSA reported last month that Talib had told people close to him that he accidentally shot himself.Jason Witten Jersey The Dallas police investigation remains open. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told USA TODAY Sports on Friday that the league is also continuing its own probe into the incident.Rashad Jennings Jersey Talib was shot the day before the Broncos traveled to Washington to visit the White House. He missed that trip but returned to Denver several days later to meet with team doctors and trainers.Randall Cobb Jersey Head coach Gary Kubiak said Talib would remain in Colorado during the team’s month-long break to get medical treatment with the goal of having Talib ready to return to the field when the team reports to training camp later this month. Veterans are scheduled to report July 27.Kawann Short Jersey Talib, 30,Chris Hogan Jersey is a three-time Pro Bowler and a key member of the Broncos’ Super Bowl-winning defense and "No Fly Zone" secondary. He had three interceptions, including two for touchdowns, last season.