Chicago Bears training camp overall was very positive as everybody looked good and ready to roll.
However tempers and fatigue broke out during the last day of training camp on Sunday when Akiem Hicks and Kyle Long got into each other's faces.
With training camp behind them, the Bears are focused on their Preseason game against the New York Giants on Friday.
However tempers boiled over once again and this time it was more than just shouting as some punches were thrown.
WR Javon Wims and CB Prince Amukamara threw down in practice and Wims threw a couple of punches at Amukamara.
After practice head coach Matt Nagy said he was pretty surprised considering both players are arguably the nicest guys on the team. Nagy added that he spoke to both of them and there was an apology issued but wouldn't go into any further detail.
Javon Wims and Prince Amukamara fought in practice today. Matt Nagy called the two to the center of the field and got the story from both. Nagy then said there was an apology. From whom? Nagy said he’d prefer to keep that in house.
— Mark Grote (@markgrotesports) August 13, 2019
A scuffle broke out between WR Javon Wims & CB Prince Amukamara. It got heated enough that Wims threw a couple of punches before the players were separated. Is it a good idea to throw punches at players wearing helmets? "What do you think," Bears coach Matt Nagy said.— Jeff Dickerson (@DickersonESPN) August 13, 2019