Watch: Panthers, Patriots fight again after cheap shot to Christian McCaffrey

The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots met Wednesday for the second of their two joint practice sessions of the week, and . . . ah, excuse us. There was a little change in programming here folks.
As it turns out, the two teams actually met on Wednesday for Round 3 of their summer slugfest. A day after a few feuds erupted at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, another heated scrum interrupted the final meeting between the teams.
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This time, it was another altercation between Panthers safety Kenny Robinson and Patriots wide receiver Kristian Wilkerson - specifically over a hit during a love kickoff practice - that ratcheted up tensions. Then a seemingly cheap shot at star rusher Christian McCaffrey really kicked things off.
In addition to Deatrich Wise being ejected, Robinson and Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard were also sent off the field. For Robinson, who may have been in the roster bubble, this was his second early exit from practice in as many days.
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Story originally appeared on Panthers Wire
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