The Ravens had a feisty practice Sunday at training camp that included a fight between inside linebacker Josh Bynes and guard Kelechi Osemele, along with a few other skirmishes.
Bynes gave Osemele a two-handed shove to the chest before Osemele tackled Bynes to the ground.
Order was quickly restored following a large scrum between offensive and defensive players. This marked the first real fight of training camp, with tempers flaring briefly in other instances.
"We had a good practice," coach John Harbaugh said. "We practiced so fast. The guys did a great job. Assignments, the best of camp so far. I've never seen so few missed assignments at this stage of training camp.
"We practiced hard, we had some live periods. The young guys, they responded to it, and the vets were very physical as well. So far, we're on track."
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