It seems the Seattle Seahawks literally can't wait for full contact drills.
The defending Super Bowl champs had a couple of fights on the practice fields today, the first of which was reportedly started by Richard Sherman, who traded blows with wide receiver Phil Bates.
Later in the practice a heated argument between receiver Doug Baldwin and safety Earl Thomas needed to be broken up.
Thomas, a three-time pro bowler, told ESPN, ""Sometimes you say things you don't really mean but we're all men out there. In the end, we're all teammates."
The Seahawks open training camp at the end of July, and play their first pre-season game on August 7 at the Denver Broncos in a rematch of the Super Bowl.
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