The two players didn’t participate in the rest of that practice session, and no other fights broke out. But over the weekend, with the Patriots out of town, Williams said he started the fight on purpose.
“They came in here talking. They had a lot of jokes and … laughs, and a lot of dirty plays that were going on,” Williams said, according to Philly . “There was a reason behind [why I got in a fight], a reason behind the madness.”
Williams expanded on what some of those “dirty plays” might have been in a video on NFL .
“Those guys I play with, whether they be on offense or defense or special teams, those are my brothers,” Williams said. “Every time I strap up, that’s my family "
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