New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley lowered his shoulder
and hit cornerback Aaron Robinson hard, sending him to the ground.
Barkley’s truck-stick hit was a bit more aggressive and physical than the standard of level play
during camp practice — at least to date. And with temperatures again soaring near
the triple digits (heat index), it was the spark that ignited the fire.
The subsequent two plays also featured a little back-and-forth and shoving. Then all hell broke lose.
Center Jon Feliciano and linebacker Tae Crowder got into a scuffle.
That was followed by offensive coordinator Bobby Johnson shoving linebacker Cam Brown,
which resulted in a sucker punch courtesy of Feliciano.