WATCH: An Alleged Video Of The Aqib Talib Gun Shot Incident Has Emerged

TMZ has a video that alleges to capture the scuffle that led to the gunshots that wounded Broncos CB Aqib Talib.

TMZ has acquired a video that allegedly shows the scuffle and gunshots that wounded Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib outside a Dallas night club in the wee hours of last Sunday morning. 

The video shows a group of people in a what looks like a doorway, hollering and pushing each other. The cameraman captures the beginnings of the melee, pans away and then four gunshots can be heard. 

There is no footage of a gunman, or gunmen. All the video really captures is what looks like the early stages of an argument and the sound of four gunshots ringing out. 

Talib is scheduled to be released from Dallas' Medical City hospital today. By virtue of his gunshot wound, which struck him in the lower right leg, the three-time Pro Bowler was unable to join his teammates and coaches in their celebratory trip to the White House Monday. 

According to the team, however, Talib is expected to make a full recovery. The bullet reportedly missed any ligaments and arteries, passing clean through his leg. He's extremely lucky the wound only required stitches. 

It was first reported that there were two other victims wounded by gunshots, but recent reports indicate that Talib was one of two people struck by a bullet at the adult entertainment club where the shooting occurred. 

For the Broncos, this is yet another troubling incident involving Talib. Right now, little information is available—outside a handful of unconfirmed rumors. 

Its a sad episode for a Broncos team that should be 100 percent focused on the positive aspect of visiting President Barack Obama and the White House. 

UPDATENew, conflicting reports are emerging and they originate from Talib himself. Talib reportedly told Dallas PD that the gunshot wound he suffered occurred at a Dallas park, not the V-Live night club, where the police report that two other gunshot victims were injured. 

If Talib is telling the truth, then the video TMZ procured has nothing to do with Talib. But at this point, the story is too murky to say for certain. 

Talib told investigators that he was "too intoxicated" to remember what happened exactly. 

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