By By Peter Hailey
RICHMOND — A massive brawl broke out in Sunday's Redskins-Jets joint practice, and it didn't even involve Terrelle Pryor.
The action began heating up between the two teams during some drills involving New York's D-linemen and Washington's O-linemen. But there was only a scuffle or two there, nothing out of the ordinary.
Once they broke into 11-on-11 work, however, things exploded.
After a run play involving Chris Thompson, a Jets defender appeared to hit Morgan Moses late. Trent Williams, among others, fired back and that led to an all-out fight.
That wasn't it, either. Moses, who was seen limping immediately following the scrum, soon went after the Jets sideline. Williams and Jordan Reed were there, too. Eventually, Moses was escorted off the field.
A couple of smaller but still intense exchanges went down in the next few snaps. Rain later halted the session entirely.
“In the past, joint practices have given our coaching staff a great opportunity to evaluate our players in competitive situations against other teams, and we look forward to having that opportunity again this year by hosting the Jets," Jay Gruden said back in May when the deal was first...