Patriots, Panthers players fight again in joint training

Players were sent off after a brawl interrupted joint training by the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers for the second straight day. Wednesday’s fight took place on the sidelines after Panthers driving Christian McCaffrey back got a big goal out of bounds. Fans watching the training said the scuffle entered the stands. “Christian McCaffrey got a late hit from Deatrich Wise and then kind of hit the ball the right way,” said Patriots fan Wesley Gopfert. “(A woman) sat in the front row and she was shooting a video, and nobody thought they were going to come to the fans, and she just got trampled by them all. She took it like a champ, though. She was was still making the video and then she looked at the rest of the camp.” Both the Patriots and Panthers players apologized to the fan who was injured in the scuffle. Reporters noted that tempers had started to heat up a few plays earlier when the Patriots wide receiver Kristian Wilkerson was injured during a kickoff return. He needed help off the field. Boston Globe reporter Ben Volin noted on Twitter that Wilkerson was hit hard by Panthers defending defender Kenny Robinson, and that Patriots wide receiver and special teams coordinator Matthew Slater “heated” Cameron Achord afterward. goods. ESPN’s Mike Reiss tweeted that “Patriots players seemed to make an exception to a Panther standing up” Wilkerson. Both teams huddled separately after the brawl, Reiss also said. “Never seen it come to this in joint training with the Patriots in Bill Belichick’s tenure (2000-present),” Reiss wrote. PFF reporter Doug Kyed tweeted that Robinson had been kicked out of training along with the defending end of patriots Deatrich Wise and Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard. Several players were kicked out of the teams’ joint training on Tuesday after a few fights between the two teams. “Things are going to happen, but we have to move on to the next play.” The Patriots and Panthers are scheduled to play it against each other on Friday at 7 p.m. in a preseason game at Gillette Stadium.

Players were sent off after a brawl interrupted joint training by the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers for the second straight day.

Wednesday’s fight took place on the sidelines after Panthers backing off Christian McCaffrey took a big hit off the track. Fans watching the training said the scuffle entered the stands.

“Christian McCaffrey got a late hit from Deatrich Wise and then hit the ball a little bit high,” said Patriots fan Wesley Gopfert. “(A woman) sat in the front row and she was shooting a video, and nobody thought they were going to come to the fans, and she just got trampled by them all. She took it like a champ, though. She was was still making the video and then she watched the rest of the camp.”

Both the Patriots and Panthers players apologized to the fan who was injured in the scuffle.

Reporters noted that tempers had started to heat up a few plays earlier when the Patriots wide receiver Kristian Wilkerson was injured during a kickoff return. He needed help off the field.

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Boston Globe Reporter Ben Volin observed on Twitter that Wilkerson was hit hard by Panthers defense Kenny Robinson, and that Patriots wide receiver Matthew Slater and special teams coordinator Cameron Achord were “heated” afterward.

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ESPN’s Mike Reiss tweeted that “Patriots players seemed to make an exception to a Panther standing up” Wilkerson. Both teams huddled separately after the brawl, Reiss also said.

“Never seen in joint training with the Patriots in Bill Belichick’s tenure (2000-present)” Reiss wrote:.

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PFF reporter Doug Kyed tweeted that Robinson was kicked out of training, along with the defending end of patriots Deatrich Wise and Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard.

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Several players were kicked out of the teams’ joint training on Tuesday after a few fights between the two teams.

“It’s what happens when we compete and try to get better,” Patriots wide receiver DeVante Parker said Tuesday. “Things are going to happen, but we have to move on to the next play.”

The Patriots and Panthers are scheduled to face each other at 7 p.m. Friday in a preseason game at Gillette Stadium

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