The Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders held a nice, friendly joint-practice Tuesday night that quickly became anything but.
Things got heated following a tackle by Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne on Raiders tight end Mychal Rivera, the two teams got into a brawl which moved near a barrier keeping a rowdy group of fans at bay.
One Raiders fan, holding a giant helmet, grabbed and took a swing at Cowboys cornerback B.W. Webb. A Raiders fan caught a different angle of the action. If you watch closely, you can see a Raiders fan take a swing at Webb with a helmet and make contact:
"It’s definitely a dangerous situation," Webb said. "I don’t know why fans would want to jump on this side of the fence. I don’t think they’d like it too much on this side. I wasn’t expecting that, but whoever jumped on my back, I had to get them off.
"I hear they’re crazy, man. You always hear about the Raiders’ fans, the Black Hole. They’re loud, they’re crazy. But you’ve just got to block them out ... or try to."
Webb said he doesn’t expect to hear anything from the NFL about his actions.
"I saw it coming, but I ran over there to help my brothers out," Webb said. "It might have turned a little worse over there, but emotions were up, intensity was up. I didn’t go over there with intentions to hurt anybody or anything like that."