Jon Gruden’s Raiders had a joint practice with Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams.
And all throughout the practice, it was reported that fights were breaking out.
It was also reported that Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow was owning Rams corner Jalen Ramsey throughout the entire practice. And apparently, Ramsey had enough.
Hunter Renfrow absolutely torches Jalen Ramsey and trash talking from #Raiders sideline ensues…
— Paul Gutierrez (@PGutierrezESPN) August 18, 2021
— Omar Ruiz (@OmarDRuiz) August 18, 2021
As Jon Gruden and Sean McVay were shaking hands during the practice, many were quick to point out that Gruden appeared to be the aggressor.
Gruden absolutely dominating McVay in this handshake pic.twitter.com/Uw8szG9zyN
— Steven Cheah (@StevenCheah) August 18, 2021
Jon Gruden dominated Sean McVay with this handshake pic.twitter.com/OLHG7yZKt7
— Wu-Tang Is For The Children (@WUTangKids) August 18, 2021
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After the practice, Sean McVay talked about the sloppiness with Jon Gruden and the Raiders.
“I didn’t like how sloppy it felt overall. There was a lot of breaks in the action because of unnecessary stuff,” McVay said, via Pro Football Talk. “And it wasn’t exclusive to one side or the other, but for us to get the work that I know coach Gruden and his group wants and for us and our group, we’ve got to clean up some of the mechanics. And I’ve got to do a better job of managing some of the things as well. But there’s going to be a lot of good things that we can learn from.
“But it just didn’t feel good the way it ended based on a lot of unnecessary things that took away from football. There’s still some things I know we can take away and be able to learn from it. But it was a lot of unnecessary things that I know both of us want to be able to eliminate to try to get better. And we’ll figure out what that looks like for tomorrow.”
Both Sean McVay and Jon Gruden have come a long way since they coached on the same staff with the Buccaneers in the early 2000s.