uring Monday’s BCS championship game, Alabama quarterback A. J. McCarron was shoved by center Barrett Jones after the Crimson Tide took a 5-yard delay-of-game penalty late in the team’s 42-14 trouncing of Notre Dame. But it’s not just college kids who are prone to these embarrassing outbursts. Who can forget Washington Redskins receiver Jordan Westbrook’s fisticuffs with running back again Stephen Davis in 1997, or the repeated reports that San Francisco Leaders stars Barry Bonds and Jeff Kent were getting into it in today’s world. Here, a look back at some of the very most hostile moments of teammate-on-teammate brawling caught on film:
1 . Houston, we have the problem
During a 2010 game contrary to the Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans Brian Cushing and Antonio Smith wound up pushing each other after Cushing tried to split up a fight between Smith and teammate Mark Anderson. Amid the melee, Cushing’s helmet flew away from, resulting in the team getting a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. So much for being the bigger man.
2 . Camp tantrums
Nobody ever questioned Vernon Davis’ skill, it was his work ethic, commitment, and temper that had his detractors concerned. In recent years, the 49ers tight end has keep his cool, but let’s not forget how rugged his start was in the little league, particularly with his teammates at education camps. In 2009, Vernon reportedly started four separate fights with teammates at training camp. Here’s a take a look at one of those fiery incidents.
3. Primeau fighter
It’s not just football players who let their competitive natures spill over into practice. NHL veteran enforcer Keith Primeau got physical with Detroit teammate Frank Probert in 1994 after various Red Wings pulled a practical joke during practice, getting market workers to announce a Primeau empty-net goal over the loudspeaker. (Primeau apparently had sour grapes in the night before when he felt he or she was cheated out of a point. ) This wasn’t Primeau’s only voyage into violence. He broke the teammate’s nose at a Flyers’ education camp in 2002. Check out this video of him getting in the teammate’s face:
4. In the stands
Between games of the 2010 Gemstone Head Classic, two Mississippi State basketball players fought in the appears. Renardo Sidney and Elgin Bailey had an altercation just before tip-off of the consolation game between Hawaii and Utah. Other Mississippi State players broke up the fight, which survived a few minutes.
5. J-E-T-S B-R-A-W-L
It’s hard to tell because so many players are entangled, but this brawl started between players Joe McKnight and D’Anton Lynn at a Jets’ exercise last August. It stated when Lynn shoved McKnight out of bounds throughout a play, and McKnight took criminal offense with the ferocity of the hit. McKnight flung the ball at Lynn, which set everything off. “If you’re fighting, I mean, are you going to just love-tap him? ” McKnight stated. “I mean, you’re going to try to strike him. It’s a fight. ” It took close to 20 Jets players to get everything back in order.
6. Getting wild
Down 21-0 in the first half to Nevada in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl last month, the College of Arizona needed a big force to get back into the game. After storming back to a tie, they got another sort of big push. Wildcat players Cody Ippolito and Tevin Hood fought on the sideline before teammates stepped in to break up. The Wildcats wound up winning the game 49-48, but it was the sideline circumstance that had everyone talking.
7. A Cutler above
In Sept, Chicago’s quarterback was seen shouting at and bumping left deal with J’Marcus Webb during a game contrary to the rival Packers. After the game, Cutler expressed regret for how he or she treated Webb and indicated that will in the heat of the moment he let his temper flare. Still, Cutler fell short of apologizing for the entire incident, saying that it was between him and his left tackle. Two months later, this looked like the two had worked out their issues — Cutler was noticed on the field tying Webb’s sneakers between plays.