Dallas Cowboys Safety Comments On Practice Fights

Dallas Cowboys safety Jayron Kearse

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Yesterday’s Dallas Cowboys practice was certainly an eventful one for the team.

Over the course of that practice there were a pair of incidents between the offense and defense.

The first was pretty minor, with Brock Hoffman and Sam Williams quickly getting broken up after exchanging words.

The second was more notable.

The second fight saw Micah Parsons throw multiple punches at Tyler Biadasz.

After practice, one of the members of the defense talked about the scuffles at Cowboys practice.

Safety Jayron Kearse said that the defense is going to make things spicy this year.

“We ain’t taking no s*** from nobody — all 32 teams — we ain’t taking s*** from nobody,” Kearse said. “Whether it’s our offense or the next offense. We’re trying to show we’re the best in the business, so it gets spicy out here, it’s gonna get spicy on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays; whenever we line up, that’s how we’re gonna come.”

This isn’t the first time this preseason that things have been tense between the Cowboys’ offense and their defense.

There had been reports coming out of camp about some tension because Micah Parsons was dominating the offense.

The Cowboys are likely to lean heavily on their defense this season with Mike McCarthy claiming that the team was scoring too much last season.

If the offense slows down and goes for a more run-heavy approach, the defense will need to carry a lot of the load for the team.

It sounds like the Dallas Cowboys’ defense is ready to step up for the team regardless of who they upset while they’re getting prepared for the season.