Big fight at New York Jets training camp

 The New York Jets, like every other NFL team are busy preparing for the 2022 season, but with their recent struggles, training camp is all the more important for them as they look to claw their way out of the cellar in the AFC. General Manager Joe Douglas has done a great job in ensuring the Jets have the right talent to make this happen, but talent that can also help build a winning culture in New York, and sometimes, when guys are practicing hard, tensions flare and tempers lead to things like what we saw today.

Carl Lawson is coming off an Achilles injury that stopped him making his Jets debut in 2021, and as one of the toughest and most violent edge rushers in the game today, it's safe to say that he's someone you don't want to mess around with. Grant Hermanns however is a rookie trying to make his mark on Jets camp, and today, if it was fight the Jets wanted to see out of both of them, then that's exactly what they got.

 Lawson isn't the first on that group to get into a scuffle this off-season, as rookie Michael Clemons, who's becoming a fan favourite for his violent, aggressive nature also has been in the middle of it, and for opposing teams looking to shut down this defensive line, this spells bad news. 

Some may try to blow this out of proportion, but given how hot it is at camp and how long all these guys are competing with each other, this stuff just happens, and it should no doubt have Coach Robert Saleh excited. With the season just weeks away, the Jets are hoping to avoid any future injuries to key players, but if leaders like Lawson are being as aggressive as possible on the field, it bodes well for the Jets chances in 2022. 

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