Aaron Donald: Rams star seems to swing helmet at Bengals gamers in joint practice-ending brawl

A video posted on Twitter exhibits Donald holding a Bengals helmet and swinging it earlier than getting knocked to the bottom and being held again. A number of punches seem like thrown between each groups through the struggle.

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor mentioned the rationale the follow was referred to as early was as a result of issues “got a little scuffle-y” within the final interval, and each groups determined there was no must run the ultimate few performs.

“We got two really good days of work in, so was it worth getting the extra couple of plays? No,” Taylor mentioned.

The 31-year-old Donald, a three-time NFL Defensive Participant of the Yr, is unlikely to be suspended, as groups, not the NFL, are liable for overseeing conduct of gamers at follow, together with joint practices.

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“I don’t know exactly what instigated it,” Rams head coach Sean McVay mentioned after follow. “I think, in some instances, it’s teams defending each other.

“Happily, my understanding is no one bought damage, and we’ll transfer on from it. Not going to make a much bigger deal than what it’s. Not going to take a look at pointing fingers.”

Donald was not made out there to reporters after follow. CNN has reached out to each groups for remark.