Jets' Ryan fighting mad after three more camp scuffles Tuesday
The Jets spent five minutes running sprints under vociferous orders from Rex Ryan after the third training camp scuffle in two days cause the coach to lose his cool.
Ryan stopped practice Tuesday after the second altercation in a span of less than 20 minutes. He ordered the entire roster to run sprints and after about five minutes, pulled the team into a circle and gave a red-faced, profanity-laced tongue-lashing to his team.
That was the second verbal barrage from Ryan on Tuesday, who also had to stop practice Monday after a 20-player scrum spilled over a barricade separating fans and media from the field.
But not much later, a third fight occurred involving defensive tackle Marcus Dixon and offensive guard Brandon Moore, who was incensed that offensive tackle Dennis Landolt, a third-year player with mostly practice squad experience with the Giants, Jets, Saints and 49ers, had been injured.
-- The Sports Xchange
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