Fists were flying Friday at Baltimore Ravens training camp, according to multiple reports.
ESPN and NFL Network both reported Saturday morning that an on-field altercation between safeties Earl Thomas and Chuck Clark led to Thomas being sent home from practice. The Ravens confirmed the seven-time Pro Bowler was not present at practice Saturday, calling it an "organizational decision."
Thomas has a fully-guaranteed $10 million salary for 2020, but a suspension for conduct detrimental to the team would negate the guarantee.
Thomas, 31, spent the first nine seasons of his career with the Seattle Seahawks and won Super Bowl XLVIII. The Texas Longhorns product has 30 career interceptions.
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