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Cowboys And Raiders Get Into Royal Rumble Brawl Twice In Practice Game

If you want to know the definition of Raider nation, then here it is. The bad boys of the NFL keep up their Detroit Bad Boy image while playing intrasquad game against the Dallas Cowboys two fights broke out during their practice game.

The Dallas Cowboys were on defense while Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera was tackled near the Raider Nation sideline, Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne walked over Rivera after putting him on his back and Rivera did not take a liking to it. Rivera getting up abruptly pushing Claiborne off of him is when the brawl all started to begin. Especially after the Cowboy cornerback gawked and barked at the crowd is when it really heated up.
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Cowboys cornerback B.W. Webb spoke about the whole incident:
“Two teams going after it and happened to be some fans, too,” Webb said. “Hey man, it happened. I wasn’t expecting that. But whoever jumped on my back, I had to get them off. Hey, you got to let them know, man, the only thing protecting you is this fence.”
Here is the other fight that started.

Not sure if it a good thing or not that these two teams do not meet in the regular season this upcoming year. They will have to continue this at a later time.
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