EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 13: Brandon Marshall #15 of the New York Jets greets a fan as he visits with Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat before the game against the Cleveland Browns at MetLife Stadium on September 13, 2015 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Jets' Brandon Marshall had to be carried off the field after swinging on Darrelle Revis


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New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall had to be carried off the field Friday during practice. Not because of an injury or anything medical-related. No, it's because Marshall was too busy throwing punches at his teammate Darelle Revis.

Why would two of the teams biggest stars be fighting? Apparently Marshall wasn't happy with the way Revis was dominating him over the course of the practice and, naturally, things boiled over to fisticuffs.

"Marshall was on the sideline and walked over to Revis, who was on the field," according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. "They exchanged words and Marshall threw a punch with his right hand. They were quickly separated. Quincy Enunwa literally picked up Marshall and carried him away. Marshall had been jawing at Revis throughout the practice.

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"Revis got the best of him early, then Marshall beat him for a long TD, trash talking Revis," Cimini wrote. "After the brief scuffle, Marshall yelled a DeAndre Hopkins comment at Revis, reminding the corner of his struggles last season against the Houston receiver -- a low blow. Marshall wouldn't shut up, screaming at Revis when he was on the sideline."

There's no footage of the skirmish, but here's the play in question that Marshall was reportedly referring to.

Marshall said he and Revis are okay after the fight, which is great news. It's not like the Jets needed another Geno Smith incident, right?

[h/t CBS Sports]

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