A truism of NFL spring and summer practices: fighting happens.
It's inevitable. Endless repetition, rising temperatures and the hyper-competitive nature of professional athletes creates a potent cocktail for teammate-on-teammate aggression.
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"When we're out here, everything's happening fast and you know those receivers are kind of soft sometimes," Thomas said, via KOMO News. "When they see one of their teammates, or guys in their same room fall, then they start crying.
"But you just kind of shrug it off and don't pay attention to guys like that. It's all in the game we're teammates at the end of the day. Obviously we're all going after the same goal."
That is some elite passive-aggression, Mr. Thomas. Good job by you.