The New York Giants couldn’t even get to their first padded practice of training camp before having a fight break out. And it wasn’t even the typical offense versus defense scrap to arise in team drills, either.

A minor altercation between a pair of defensive backs, Janoris Jenkins and Eric Pinkins, broke out at the end of Sunday’s workout in East Rutherford.

According to John Healy of The New York Daily News, Pinkins had finished out ahead of the rest of the defense in a sprint drill. That’s when Jenkins chased down his teammate, pushing him to the ground, and unloaded a few punches.

It’s unclear exactly what led to the fisticuffs. Training camp fights are an annual tradition of sorts, and this tilt may already be a non-issue in the Giants’ locker room.

The Giants will be in pads for the first time this year during Tuesday’s practice.

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