Steelers' Taylor, Brown engage in second camp fight

For the second time in training camp, wide receiver Antonio Brown and cornerback Ike Taylor have gotten into a fight with each other, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

According to the report, Sunday's tussle began when Taylor stepped in front of a pass in the end zone for Brown, and the two men began wrestling for the ball. Brown apparently threw a punch, and teammates intervened.

However, after practice, Taylor went to the middle of the field and went after Brown. Players, coaches and even GM Kevin Colbert had to separate the two. After the incident, Taylor and Brown were part of a meeting on the field that eventually ended with the two walking off the field together. Neither player spoke to the media.

"These guys understand what we're working for, and when we step into stadiums, we're together," Tomlin said. "When you fight your brother, sometimes, it gets a little heated ... the guys understand what that's about, and they'll leave it on the grass where it should be."

The two had also gotten into a scuffle during the first week of training camp

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