Every summer, at least one NFL training camp fight video leaks, and it leads to a debate about whether there is a rift in that team or if "the aggression is just boiling over" as it tends to do during running drills in 90 degree heat. This year, the Green Bay Packers are responsible for that NFL training camp fight video.

Now, my first reaction to the fight wasn't actually about the fight itself, but instead an observation about one of its participants: shouldn't Jermichael Finley stay as far away from contact as possible until the season starts? He is one of the most frequently injured players in all of football, yet here he is throwing down with the rest of the Packers. This is probably not the smartest move on his part.

At the end of the day, this sort of thing is going to happen at least once every year, and it's never that big of a deal. Something tells me that we won't be playing video of this incident during the inevitable playoff games that the Packers feature in this winter, which are nearly a guarantee given that they possess the league's best quarterback in Aaron Rodgers.

It will be interesting to see what types of questions are asked following the Packers' workout today, who answers them, and how they answer them, as the majority of press questions today will surely be focused on the fight.