In the last week, Arizona State Sun Devil football players and the City of Scottsdale haven't mixed well.
On Saturday morning, former ASU quarterback and current Denver Broncos QB Brock Osweiler was attacked outside a pizza shop in Scottsdale.
Video obtained by TMZ Sports shows Osweiler shoving a girl before being shoved himself while holding a pizza.
TMZ said the incident occurred when Osweiler and his wife and friends were heckled after stopping by the pizza place following a Kelley James concert.
"During the pizza run, we're told Brock was heckled by another group -- and things got heated," the report said.
Osweiler eventually walked away, and police officers were on the scene to diffuse the situation.
"This was a non-incident," Scottsdale police told ABC15, adding there was "no crime committed" and no report was filed.
"When officers walked up, (the) crowd dispersed and no one was hurt or wanting to file a complaint to report. Basically, nothing to see here," police said. "Officers didn't even know that was Brock until the TMZ article came out."
The 25-year-old Osweiler is currently in contract negotiations with the Denver Broncos and appears to be in line to start for the Broncos next season following the retirement of Peyton Manning on Monday.
One week ago, former ASU wide receiver and current Houston Texan Jaelen Strong was arrested in Scottsdale for marijuana possession. Four days later, ex-ASU linebacker and NFL Pro Bowler Terrell Suggs was arrested in Scottsdale for driving with a suspended license.