Giants' Judge ends practice, orders discipline after teamwide brawl

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New York Giants head coach Joe Judge ordered a series of sprints and pushups Wednesday after a teamwide brawl ended practice early, according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.

The melee broke out after Jabrill Peppers laid a hard hit on Corey Clement, per Vacchiano. Evan Engram reportedly retaliated, leading Logan Ryan to shove him from behind. The fight reportedly grew, and starting quarterback Daniel Jones wound up at the bottom of a large pile.

"We were just competing," Jones said. "Everyone's excited, first day of pads, to get out there, but got to do a better job of controlling that and making sure we're controlling our enthusiasm."

Judge reportedly included some of his assistant coaches in the disciplinary runs and pushups. He went on a profane rant in front of his players about their actions before ending the session.

"You've got to know what comes with it," Clement said of Judge's reaction. "You better enjoy this fight in the meantime because you know some consequences are coming."

Ryan, one of the main players involved in the scrap, said the brawl won't negatively impact team chemistry going forward.

"Everybody in that locker room is united, we're happy to be teammates," he said. "We want to stay together. As a leader of this team, we're fine. We're still together."

Wide receiver and prized free-agent acquisition Kenny Golladay walked off the field with an apparent hamstring injury earlier in the practice, according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan.

Giants' Judge ends practice, orders discipline after teamwide brawl
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