"It's sad what happened," Machado said before Saturday's workout. "My condolences go to the family and I know they're still grieving. I know it just sucks. I know we had our altercations on the field, but you know what? You leave stuff on the field. Once you step between those lines, its [the] gridiron. We're out there grinding, playing for each other, playing for our team, playing for the name across our chests. You know, once you step [off] the field, those are things you don't [ever] want to happen."