Yet another brawl took place at Dolphins camp on Tuesday, as the Palm Beach Post reports that it got pretty messy pretty quickly with bodies all over the place taking on each other, with new coach Adam Gase having the final word to his new team.
Dolphins coach Adam Gase doesn’t mind flare-ups during training camp. But Tuesday night’s temper tantrum was enough to bring practice to a halt for a minute while Gase told the team to tone it down.
A brawl lasting roughly 45 seconds broke out among so many players — about two dozen — it was impossible to tell who the two principles were. It began as a scrum at the center of the field, near one 20-yard line. It appeared to be settling down before it was rekindled about 5 yards away.
After players unpiled and defensive end Farrington Huguenin remained down, requiring a cart, the scene appeared to take on an ominous tone. But Dolphins players and Gase agreed Huguenin actually was injured moments before the incident.
Gase has to like how his new team is trying to be extra physical, but they have to remember that they are beating up each other right now, and they should save it for the field as the team gets ready for preseason action at Chicago.
Don’t forget, if you’re looking to place a bet this year use this William Hill promotional code and make sure you check out all the great NFL action and more on their site this summer!