Unfortunately, Paul McQuistan versus Walter Curry isn't among them.
McQuistan and Curry—both facing long odds to make the Jaguars' final 53-man roster—were the biggest names of Jacksonville's organized team activities for a day back in June. Squaring off in an 11-on-11 practice, the two tussled well past the drill's final whistle before their teammates intervened.
When the Jaguars open their training camp in less than two weeks, attention will turn away from such minor scuffles toward some real fights: the position battles.
As many as eight starting jobs are said to be on the line in Jacksonville this year on what general manager Gene Smith has described as the Jaguars' most competitive roster ever.
For various reasons, the outcomes of these five competitions will have the biggest effect on Jacksonville, both in 2010 and as a franchise.