New York Giants Players Fight During Training Camp And Their Coach Isn’t Pleased

On Sunday, it was Dez Bryant fighting with a teammate at training camp for the Dallas Cowboys. On Monday, it was members of a divisional rival that were throwing punches.

As practice got more and more tense and physical for the New York Giants, offensive tackle Justin Pugh and defensive end Damontre Moore decided to kick things up a notch and throw down:

1st the Cowboys, now the Giants fight –

— BLACK ADAM SCHEFTER (@B1ackSchefter) August 4, 2015

Well, the physical play and that final fight got the blood boiling inside head coach Tom Coughlin, and he is not happy with what he saw:

“I have a problem with all of them because they’re out there swinging,” Coughlin said of his aversion to fights. “I’ve been hurt first-hand by a guy who broke his hand in a fight. In the old days they would just wrap it up and play with it. They don’t do that anymore. I was upset about the fight and losing their temper and all that stuff, but the bottom line is you can’t afford to do it. You’ll lose a guy.”

I have a feeling we wont be seeing much more in the boxing department from this team after hearing what their leader had to say.

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