We've heard a lot in the last few weeks about fights that take place during training camp. People have come from all angles in support of or against fighting. Sure, fighting can be beneficial because it can bring teammates together. But it can also cause division within a locker room.

And what happens when you fight another team?

Well yesterday, the Rams and Cowboys held a joint practice that turned violent. Watch it for yourself...

I think having joint practices is incredibly valuable. It's a good chance to get out and play other people. This should limit fights because you stop going up against the same guys all the time.

It's a perfect way to get out and work on things without the pressure of a preseason game.

These guys need to be better. Take these scenarios for what they are: Repetitions. No one needs to get hurt in a training camp melee.

Just play the game.