Philip Rivers: Chargers-Seahawks scuffle was 'kind of fun'
Philip Rivers didn't appreciate the extra helmet shove he received from Seattle's Frank Clark.
But boy, does San Diego's franchise quarterback appreciate a good old-fashioned tussle.
"There's no hard feelings on my end," Rivers told ESPN's Eric D. Williams about his on-field skirmish. "It was kind of fun to be in a little scuffle."
Don't tell that to Chargers head coach Mike McCoy. NFL officials are looking for extracurricular roughness this year -- and they found it when left tackle King Dunlap entered the fracas to protect his QB.
Dunlap was hit with a 15-yard penalty. Other than that flag, Rivers doesn't see the harm in a little preseason pushing.
"There's been way more made of it than what there is," Rivers said. "I always thought, shoot, what happens between the lines -- what's said and what's done -- kind of stays there."