Jets head coach Todd Bowles was upset after his team and several members of the Washington Redskins brawled and shoved each other during their joint practice on Sunday.
Reporters were not able to record video on the sidelines, according to NBC Sports Philadelphia's Josh Ellis, however several fans captured the fights, which reportedly involved nearly 30 players:
The brawl reportedly erupted after Jets cornerback Trumaine Johnson hit Redskins offensive lineman Morgan Moses late after a play, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch's Michael Phillips.
"Fights are not to be tolerated in pads," Bowles said, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. "We're not trying to fight them and they're not trying to fight us. If they want to be boxers and wrestlers, they probably would be in another sport. We're trying to get better and they're trying to get better. Some things happen. Overzealousness. I'll talk to my guys and coach [Jay] Gruden will talk to his guys. We'll be better at practice tomorrow because this is just a waste of time for me."
The Jets and Redskins are hosting joint practices this week ahead of Thursday's preseason matchup.