Terence Newman and Coach Dave Campo Get Into Fight On Sidelines

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman and secondary coach Dave Campo got into a fight on the sidelines today in the game against the Washington Redskins.

The play that likely caused the fight was one in which Redskins QB Jason Campbell avoided a DeMarcus Ware sack to throw a 23-yard pass for a first down. The receiver was wide open.

When Newman came off the field, Campo immediately got in his face. At first glance it looked as if Campo was trying to fire up Newman. But it became apparent within a few seconds that this was no joke.

Still in the first quarter, neither team has scored.  Tony Romo could easily have two interceptions already. Marion Barber has fumbled for the first time this season.

Redskins running back Ladelle Betts is done for the day with a knee injury. Albert Haynesworth is not playing.

Topics: Cowboys Vs Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, Dave Campo, NFL, Redskins, Terence Newman And Dave Campo

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