Redskins’ Jerermy Jarmon, Adam Carriker fight in weight room

AP

Step aside, Albert Haynesworth vs. Mike Shanahan and Donovan McNabb vs. Kyle Shanahan. The dysfunctional Washington Redskins have a new feud.

Redskins defensive ends Jeremy Jarmon and Adam Carriker got into a fight in the team’s weight room, multiple media outlets are reporting.

Kelli Johnson of Comcast Sportsnet reports that Jarmon and Carriker fought after practice, and it took about 10 people to break it up.

Jason Reid of the Washington Post quotes one veteran as saying, “Yeah them boys got to rumbling in the weight room.”

There’s no word yet on what caused the fight, or what exactly transpired. I’d put my money on the 6-foot-6, 311-pound Carriker beating the 6-foot-3, 286-pound Jarmon by decision.

UPDATE: Rich Campbell of the Free-Lance Star reports that Carriker and Jarmon exchanged only words, with no pushes or punches. That’s a little hard to square with the report that it took 10 people to break them up.

25 responses to “Redskins’ Jerermy Jarmon, Adam Carriker fight in weight room

  1. I would fight too if I were in a weight room the size of the Skins’ facility. What an utter mess, disaster, joke… there are so many words, so little time! The Skins are imploding before our very eyes! LOL

  2. “only words with no pushes or punches”….Has Vince McMahon contacted their agents?. They could be the top bill on the next pay per view event…The team and organization is a joke, might as well take full advantage of it….

  3. Why is that hard to square?

    Most people do their best talking, and show their wildest anger……while both parties are being restrained.

    Hold me back Moe……hold me back!

  4. Clearly they were upset by the latest Draft King projection that has Purdue DE Ryan Kerrigan going to the Redskins with the #12 pick in the 2011 Draft.

    In all seriousness, that kind of discord is fitting for the type of dysfunctional season that Washington has had.

  5. I think it’s time to lay off Haynesworth. The Redskins organization is clearly screwed up. Maybe Haynesworth had the right idea in wanting out.

  6. @jackdiesel – Fat Albert deserves no respect or sympathy. The pig is lazy, greedy and selfish. Did you forget how he stomped that poor dude’s head? Jerk is lucky to be allowed to play in the NFL at all.

  7. Rich Campbell of the Free-Lance Star (a no-name newspaper that needs free-ass pub) actually meant that Carriker and Jarmon got into a fight that was equivalent to exchanging barbs.

    Both guys suck at fighting on the field!!!!

    How could they have a good fight against each other???

  8. “I’d put my money on the 6-foot-6, 311-pound Carriker beating the 6-foot-3, 286-pound Jarmon by decision.”

    Yeah, cause the bigger guy always wins in a fight.

    sincerely,

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  9. @ thenorsehorse,

    No doubt he’s all those things and more. But to say that whole situation is solely on him is just wrong. Shanahan has managed to take a screwed up franchise and make it worse.

    He took a top 10 defense that ran a 4-3 and switched it to a bottom 10 defense that runs a 3-4 just because he wanted to.

    There isn’t a coach in the NFL that deserves to be one and done more than him. He’s just riding on the fumes of Elways legacy.

  10. someone should stomp mcnabbs bich ass! Diva got his agent whining for him WHEN MCCHOKE DESERVED TO BE BENCHED! He has been a bum HIS WHOLE CAREER! Look at his injuries and stats!! THAT JOKE NEVER WON CRAP AND NEVER WILL!

  11. Didn’t anyone tell you? They were fighting over who deserves this year’s MVP award, Haynesworth or McNabb.

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