Breaking News: Fight Breaks Out During Jacksonville Jaguars’ OTAs

June 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Not many exciting or interesting things happen at organized team activities, otherwise known as OTAs, in the National Football League.
Today marked the first interesting thing, though.
A fight happened during the organized team activities in Jacksonville, Florida, with the Jaguars.
According to Pro Football Talk , the fight happened on the last play of the practice.
On the play, offensive lineman Paul McQuistan and defensive lineman Walter Curry were going at it with each other on the play.
It was a passing play on the eleven-on-eleven drills.
But they kept going at it. At one point, McQuistan knocked off Curry's helmet.
Defensive line coach Joe Cullen was going to try to stop the fight, but he then got knocked over by Atiyyah Ellison, when he jumped into the scene.
The veteran leaders on the team (such as fullback Greg Jones, linebacker Kirk Morrison, and defensive end Aaron Kampman) were able to break up the fight between McQuistan and Curry.<...

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