New York Giants practice erupts into a massive brawl and Joe Judge is absolutely furious.
New York Giants training camp was completely disrupted by a massive brawl on Tuesday morning.
The genesis of this team-wide internal brawl stemmed from running back Corey Clement getting hit late during an 11-on-11 scrimmage.
Tight end Evan Engram stood up for his guy and defensive back Logan Ryan then proceeded to hit Engram from behind. After the brawl erupted, head coach Joe Judge had his entire team during 100-yard runs until practice mercifully ended.
Judge was livid over his team fighting each during trading camp
New York Giants have practiced ruined by an ugly internal brawl
While the Giants played better football in the second half of the season, New York still missed on the postseason with a mediocre 6-10 record in Judge’s first year leading the team. He was often scrutinized for his disciplinary actions during practice, doing things that many football fans believe is reserved for high school. As it turns out, none of that worked, as Giants are fighting each other.
New York should contend for the NFC East crown this year. While the Giants are a dark horse to win the division, they had an improved defense in the second half and have a great deal of talent returning on the offensive side of the ball. Assuming they can stop fighting each other, they may have what it takes to capture a division crown and get back into the NFL playoffs this season.
Let’s just say the best teams in the NFL don’t fight each other during training camp … or ever.