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Rams, Cowboys Can't Play Nice At Joint Practice, Brawl Instead

A play date gone bad.

Two NFL teams practiced together and couldn't get along. Shocker, right?

The St. Louis Rams and Dallas Cowboys fought several times Tuesday in Oxnard, California, in their second day of joint practices.

This melee features players spilling into a fan-lined fence:

For The Win reported that, in one of the brawls, Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant left a conversation with team owner Jerry Jones to join the action. He absorbed a punch for his trouble:

Rams coach Jeff Fisher and Cowboys coach Jason Garrett finally agreed to end practice, and the Rams boarded their buses and left, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Good decision.

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