Raiders, Rams finish joint practice early after brawl

The Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Rams finished their joint practice early as the two teams got into it on Thursday.

A brawl that included punches, helmets thrown finished early after Raiders head coach Jon Gruden decided to send his team to busses.

“That’s enough of that crap,” Gruden said about an hour later at the team hotel. “That’s not good for football, that’s not good for anything so that’s the end of that practice session.”

Rams head coach Sean McVay was disappointed to end practice early.

“We only had a little bit left, so felt like the best decision, just based on the temperature of the situation, was bag the last eight plays in the team period that we had,” McVay said. “I did not see it, I just kind of had heard what had happened, but other than me seeing it, I can’t speak for anybody else but I’m glad that nobody got injured … it’s unfortunate that we didn’t get to finish it up, but I’ll leave it at that.”

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