The Los Angeles Rams said any discipline toward Aaron Donald and any other players involved in a fight Thursday during a joint practice with the Cincinnati Bengals would be dealt with by the team.
“The incident will be dealt with between us and all discipline will remain internal,” a Rams spokesman said Friday when asked if Donald or other players would be punished.
While the first day of joint practices went smoothly, Thursday’s practice ended early. A fight broke out on the field during a training session between the attacking Bengals and the start of the Rams’ defense.
Donald, who was going to speak during training, was ultimately unavailable to express his feelings. He later declined to comment through a team spokesperson.
Rams coach Sean McVeigh said in his post to the media that he didn’t want a big deal with Baggare.
He said that fortunately no one was injured in the fight and that “like everything else, we have to move on and it will be quickly forgotten in an hour for our players.”
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