Following many altercations, the Rams and Bengals halt their joint practice early


Following many conflicts, the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals canceled their joint practice early on Thursday. According to reports, during one of the altercations, Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald reportedly swung around at least one Bengals player’s helmet. Sean McVay, the head coach of the Rams, told reporters that he was unsure of the issue’s root cause. According to NFL Network Insider, clubs, not the league, are in charge of monitoring players’ behavior during practice. It is very doubtful that the league will penalize Donald or any other players for their participation in these altercations. But teams have the authority to punish bad behavior in practice. The first of two sessions featuring the teams who faced off in Super Bowl LVI went down without a hitch on Wednesday. On the field, however, there were several fights on Thursday; two of the larger ones reportedly involved Bengals offensive lineman La’el Collins and Rams linebacker Leonard Floyd. There are numerous reports claiming that Collins and Floyd engaged in numerous altercations.