This afternoon, a fight began during the game between an armed group of Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.
A few months after the two teams fought at the Super Bowl, there were back in action this week in joint practice. However, the situation turned nasty when a fracas began to break out.
The most feared defensive player Aaron Donald was caught on video swinging his pair of helmets toward Bengals players in the scrum.
The football world immediately suggested Donald be suspended similar to the one that Myles Garrett was given for his conduct with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019.
According to the most recent report by NFL source Josina Anderson, this will not happen.
Punishment For Aaron Donald
"Club handles this, so the league doesn't get involved. This has always been the case," a league source said to her.
Garrett was suspended indefinitely which was imposed on him for the final 6 games during the season following the incident
when he tore his helmet from Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and then smacked Rudolph with the helmet.