Brawl Breaks Out During Washington Redskins-New York Jets Joint Practice

The Eagles are Super Bowl champions and other teams are fighting for their throne, literally.

The New York Jets and the Washington Redskins held a joint practice today and a melee broke out that spilled into the spectator areas where fans were watching practice.

Reporters were not allowed to record video during this time, but fans captured this surreal moment between two NFL teams.

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Details at the time of writing were scarce, but it according to Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Redskins offensive tackle Morgan Moses went down on a late hit from Jets CB Trumaine Johnson, which started a brawl that involved more than 30 players and spilled into an area where fans were watching practice.

Phillips also reports that two fans began fighting and had to be separated by police.

We'll update this story once more details become available.

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