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Dallas Cowboys and St Louis Rams get in to huge fight at joint practice

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You can count on two things in NFL pre-season training camps, big names getting injured and fights breaking out.

The latter seems to have grabbed the headlines more in this pre-season, ahead of the 2015 campaign, with several teammates breaking out in to brawls as the tensions rise.

But now we've seen the first team on team fight, and it was incredible, with the St. Louis Rams and Dallas Cowboys having a completely over the top brawl at a joint practice.

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This was a pretty good fight as well,. It wasn't just one player shoving a bit with another player before they got broken up. Guys from both sides were getting after it, and it went on for a serious amount of time.

Pat Doney of NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth tweeted out a video of the brawl, which has been retweeted over 12,000 times.

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We told you it was big.

You might be able to pick out that Todd Gurley is in the middle of it, getting wrestled to the ground, which might not be the best decision for a player that the Rams have pinned so much of their hopes on and is just coming back from a serious knee injury.

And, naturally, Dez Bryant got punched square in the face. That seems to be a weekly occurrence now for the Cowboys wideout.

WAS THIS THE BEST PRACTICE FIGHT OF ALL-TIME? IS THERE BETTER? TELL US BELOW....

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