Former Georgia defender involved in sideline-clearing brawl during New York Giants training camp
Tae Crowder, a former Georgia linebacker, and Jon Feliciano are at the point in training camp where they need to see a different face on the other side of the field. The New York Giants teammates sparked a brawl on Monday that led to the sidelines being cleared, and players and coaches from offense and defense jumping in.
Dan Duggan of The Athletic reported that Cam Brown and offensive line coach Bobby Johnson jumped into the fray, and shockingly, Feliciano punched Brown in the head. Tempers flared after Saquon Barkley reportedly lowered his shoulder and showed more of a physical nature at practice than the workout had previously showed. The next play Crowder tackled Antonio Williams and Feliciano went right after Crowder on the next play to kick things into gear.
We had a MAJOR fight. Started with Jon Feliciano and Tae Crowder. Cam Brown dragged Feliciano out of the scrum and OL coach Bobby Johnson pushed Brown. Then Feliciano punched Brown in the head. Never seen a coach do that to a player.
— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) August 8, 2022
Offensive line coach Bobby Johnson pushed LB Cam Brown. Then Feliciano sucker-punched Brown. Mayhem. What a disaster. Can’t believe Feliciano.
All started by Barkley, who had McKinney in his face for starting it.
— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) August 8, 2022
Here’s video of the fight, but there appeared to be another incident near the sideline.
Jon Feliciano and Tae Crowder fight!!!!!! Feliciano ended up swinging on Crowder after the fact too pic.twitter.com/xS54LBeNw8
— Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_) August 8, 2022
— The Giant Take (@TheGiantTakePod) August 8, 2022