Michael Oher, Olivier Vernon get in fight within two minutes of drills
While the NFL has seen joint practices and training camps loaded with fights, one of the more recent happened between the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins. Specifically, it was offensive tackle Michael Oher and defensive end Olivier Vernon who came to blows, according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.
As David Smith explains, the punches were thrown "within two minutes of the start of line drills."
The fight didn't last long, but both head coaches Ron Rivera and Joe Philbin had spoken with the players about fighting and how it wouldn't be tolerated. It's unknown if there will be any type of repercussions for the fight, but there haven't been any to this point.
(h/t Pro Football Talk)