Cowboys fan beaten unconscious following win over Raiders

One Cowboys fan was reportedly beaten unconscious by four Raiders fans following the conclusion of Thursday's game.

The Thanksgiving celebration following the Dallas Cowboys' 31-24 win over the Oakland Raiders quickly took a sour turn Thursday night.

One Cowboys fan was reportedly beaten unconscious by four Raiders fans, according to the Dallas Morning News, following the conclusion of the game.

The unidentified man was found on the sidewalk at Cowboy Way and AT&T Way.

No arrests have been made, and an investigation is underway, but police have had a hard time getting witnesses to come forward. Police are still trying to figure out if the attackers wore Raiders jerseys, though it is known that the victim was wearing a Cowboys jersey, according to the report.

Police spokesperson Tiara Richard said, "Officers attempted to find witnesses but had none willing to come forward last night." According to FOX 4 in Dallas-Fort Worth, the Cowboys organization is aware of the incident and is helping investigators gather more information.

Richard also said the man was taken to a local hospital by ambulance but did not suffer any life-threatening injuries.

According to multiple reports
, this is the first known fan violence incident at AT&T Stadium.

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