LAS VEGAS RAIDERS star Davante Adams was in hot water after knocking over a cameraman on MNF.
The former Packers wide receiver, 29, was powerless to save his team from a painful 30-29 loss at Arrowhead Stadium.
It was a tough defeat for the Raiders, who had a 17-0 lead.
But they fell apart in the second half, with Travis Kelce scoring four touchdowns as the Chiefs roared back.
Adams cut a frustrated figure after the game that left his new team 4-1 in the NFL season.
And he vented his anger on a cameraman who seemed to walk in front of him just after the last few seconds had elapsed.
Adams gave the man a firm two-handed jab to the chest, causing the cameraman to fall backwards onto the lawn.
He was helped by security as the Raiders receiver continued into the dressing room.
It is unclear if he was injured or if camera equipment was damaged.
Shortly thereafter, Adams apologized on Twitter for the incident.
Adams wrote: “Sorry about the guy I pushed over after the game.
“Obviously very frustrated with the end of the game and when he ran in front of me on the exit that was my reaction and I felt horrible straight away.
“That’s not me…MY EXCUSE man hope you see that.”
Adams had a great game at Arrowhead, catching two touchdowns and piling up 124 yards from scrimmage.
After a late-game review, he was denied a crucial third deficit that would have put the Raiders within field goal range.
While Las Vegas went for a bizarre final two-point conversion rather than kicking PAT to force overtime.
They now have a Week 6 bye to try and reset ahead of an Oct. 23 clash against the Houston Texans.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6414513/davante-adams-shoves-cameraman-mnf/ Davante Adams was forced to humbly apologize after running over cameraman during Monday Night Football