Things got tense as the Cowboys and Chargers concluded their joint practices on Tuesday.
Cowboys receiver Dwayne Harris says Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer took a cheap shot at him after he caught a pass over the middle during the two teams’ final practice together.
“He caught me right on the chin,” Harris said, via the Dallas Morning News. “My face still hurts a little bit. I’ll get a little ice on it, and I’ll be OK. . . . I definitely think it was a cheap shot. I wasn’t looking and took a helmet to the chin.”
A fight also broke out in the joint practice when Cowboys tight end Andrew Szczerba ripped off Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram’s helmet and swung it at Ingram. That led to a bunch of pushing and shoving before order was restored.
The Cowboys and Chargers won’t see each other in the regular season. That’s probably a good thing.