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Cam Erving and David Irving ejected for fighting in Cowboys-Browns game

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The Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys are currently going head-to-head right now in Ohio in a game that should be very one-sided.

The struggling Browns are still yet to win a game all season, while their opponents at FirstEnergy Stadium have only lost once so far in 2016, with that defeat coming in the first game of the campaign, meaning that Dallas hasn't lost in nearly three months.

The Browns need pretty much everything to go right if they want to win, but that isn't going to happen, after their starting center was ejected on the very first drive of the game for fighting. Check it out below.

After Cody Kessler failed to connect on a third down pass in the red-zone, a player from either side decided to have it out in the middle of the field.

Cam Erving, the starting center for the Browns, and David Irving - a Cowboys defensive lineman - scrapped after a coming together and were both ejected by officials. 

As the two tangled, Erving ripped off Irving’s helmet and threw it in his direction, which results in an automatic ejection per NFL rules.

So, what did Irving do to get ejected after having his helmet thrown at him? Well, according to Mike Pereira, the Cowboys man threw down Erving onto his head, which sparked the rumble in Ohio. 

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