Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
On Friday, Ryan Clark was yelling words of encouragement to teammates. On Saturday, it was quite the opposite.
Clark was yelling at Emmanuel Sanders following a drill which matched up a defensive back one-on-one with a receiver.
Following a play, Clark began screaming and walking toward a group a receivers. He looked to get into Sanders’ face before coaches and defenders pulled him away.
Clark did not stop as several defenders held him back before the defense finally huddled up to calm the situation.
But that wasn’t the biggest altercation of the day.
Willie Colon got caught up in a scrum during team drills.
Colon was blocking Lawrence Timmons before the offense and defense piled up in the middle of the field. Then, the scrum began.
Maurkice Pouncey picked up Chris Carter and tossed him off the pile while Colon popped up from the bottom without his helmet.
So, why was Colon so upset?
Ken Laird of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review tweeted Mike Tomlin's response:
There was some serious heat between the offense and the defense and these two units were at each other. The intensity level was definitely a huge plus.