Miami Dolphins players Jarvis Landry and LaMike James reportedly apologized after a brief altercation.
According to Jackson, Landry was joking around with James during a special teams meeting. James, ”who appeared to be in a bad mood,” was rubbed the wrong way and lashed out physically, according to the report.
Jackson reports there was pushing and shoving before teammates broke up the altercation. Landry later apologized to James, and both apologized to the whole team the next day.
Landry led the Dolphins in receiving last season. He and James were competing for Miami's kick and punt return jobs during preseason.
The Dolphins play the Washington Redskins to open the season Sunday.
– Rohan Nadkarni