“Reports indicated that Rams All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald wielded and swung around at least one Bengals player’s helmet amid one of the skirmishes.”
“The younger brother of Jon Gruden spent just over five seasons as the head coach of the Washington Commanders franchise after a successful three-year stint as offensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals. Gruden began his tenure in Washington in 2014, and was fired five games into the 2019 season.”
Sean McVay: Rams CB Jalen Ramsey Has “A Magnetic Personality’ (SportsIllustrated)
“While Ramsey has not seen any action in the Rams’ first two preseason games, with the Rams opting to keep their star players out, he has still been active and engaged throughout training camp. So much so that Sean McVay spoke about what he’s seen from Ramsey in training camp so far.”
“Although fighting caused Thursday’s joint practice to be called early, the Rams still got plenty of good work in.
Here are 10 things that stood out from the session:”
“However, there’s a difference between Garrett’s incident and Donald’s. Because Donald’s occurred in practice and not during a game, the NFL is not responsible for disciplining players, even if it happens in a joint practice with another team.”
“After the third scuffle broke out, the teams decided to end practice early. After everything settled down, Floyd took to Twitter to share his reaction to what happened on the field.”