Oakland News Now – Washington Redskins brawl with New York Jets at joint training camp, but what is not clear is who started the fight. Redskins Offensive Tackle Trent Williams said it was due to a cheap shot on teammate and Reskins Offensive Tackle Morgan Moses.
Report is that Trumaine Johnson was the person who gave the cheap shot to Morgan Moses and that Williams “went crazy on the entire Jets team.”
Jets out here doing some cheap shots after the whistle!!! Morgan Moses went down and Trent Williams went Crazy on the entire Jets Team!!!😲😲😂
T. Williams ain't no Joke!!! #HTTR
— Howard Smack Jr. (@HOWARDSMACK) August 12, 2018
In this update, some tweets report that Moses “went down clutching his knee”, but it’s not clear if he was injured (to the point of possibly missing a game) because of the cheap shot, as opposed to temporarily hurt.
Morgan Moses goes down clutching his knee, Huge brawl between Redskins and Jetshttps://t.co/nL7PcLw9GP
— Bradley Siegel (@bradleysiegel) August 12, 2018
#Redskins Morgan Moses also left the field early today after a late hit lead to a knee injury (and a brawl). He was seen walking off on his own but with a slight limp.
— Inside Injuries (@InsideInjuries) August 12, 2018
Update: USA Today’s Lake Lewis, Jr. reports that Morgan Moses is “ok and could practice tomorrow.”
Just got word from Morgan Moses’s manager that he is ok and could practice tomorrow. #Redskins
— Lake Lewis Jr (@LakeLewis) August 12, 2018
What the NFL should look at is suspending players who leap into fights, presumably to instigate more fighting. Some player did that in the Redskins / Jets brawl.
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