Terrelle Pryor, Bashaud Breeland have shoving match during walkthrough


Training-camp fights usually happen when players are popping pads. For Washington on Monday, a couple of players ended up pushing and shoving during a walkthrough.

Via John Keim of ESPN.com, cornerback Bashaud Breeland jammed receiver Terrelle Pryor aggressively at the line of scrimmage. Pryor didn’t like it.

Shoving ensued before coach Jay Gruden booted Breeland for Tevin Homer. Gruden addressed the situation after practice.

“It doesn’t happen very often in a walkthrough, to be honest with you, but it does happen from time to time,” Gruden told reporters.

“It’s been resolved hopefully,” Gruden added. “They just had a little argument. It happens. So we just cooled it down and stopped the drill for them and let somebody else take the reps. . . . I think we’re all emotional right now. This late in camp, I think people get a little bit emotional from time to time. It’s no different. We’ve had some pushing and shoving with the linemen, defensive linemen, tight ends and outside ‘backers, so it happens.”

It’s unknown what triggered Monday’s squabble. It could be that Breeland and his fellow defensive backs are getting tired of a converted quarterback making them look like maybe they should be playing other positions.

9 responses to “Terrelle Pryor, Bashaud Breeland have shoving match during walkthrough

  1. Pryor has always had the skillset of a great WR. I wish he’d have moved 3 years ago for my Raiders and I was saying it then. So this “converted QB” stuff is overblown.

    He also loves himself quite a bit and it wouldn’t surprise me if some teammates take exception.

  2. I was able to get Pryor as my last pick in all of my fantasy drafts last season.. I don’t think I will see a repeat of this.. Dude is 6’4″ can’t coach height..

  3. thedcunit says:
    August 7, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    More like Bree just wants to be matched up against the WR#2 from time to time. This poor dude been getting murked by the upper echelon.
    The weirdest thing is Breeland’s regression. This is the same guy that held Dez Bryant to 2 catches for 18 yards as a rookie on MNF. Three years later he’s almost a liability on defense. I don’t know if any player in history has ever gotten this much worse without having been injured.

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