ORCHARD PARK, New York – Jacksonville Jaguars, who are backing back Leonard Fornet and Buffalo Defender, Shack Lawson were thrown out for an injury in the third quarter of Sunday's New Era Field game.
Forneth and Lawson exchanged strikes against the wall near the end zone as part of a melee that began when Jaguars successor Dede Westbrook pushed Safety Note Mihai Hyde after a 1-yard bailout pass.
Lawson and Furnett also had to be separated when they went through the only tunnel of accounts at once. As Furnett entered the tunnel, a fan of the first row contacted him, and Furnett turned briefly with this fan. There was a policeman's intervention nearby.
The fight began after the successor of Jaguars Donte Moncrief and Bills cornerback Levi Wallace fought for the ball to deep down the sideline. Both players refused to release the ball after they got to the ground. An officer tried to separate the two players, and when Westbrook came and pushed Hide.
Monkryf's catch was originally led by touchdown, but was turned over to catch, which, during a review, has come out of the 1-yard line. The accounts did not allow the Jaguars to mark the next four pieces, including the touchdown, overturned by the Jaguars who held a penalty before the Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo missed a 42-yard field to keep the game tied 14-14.
Football was among the many players in the two teams who rushed ahead and a lot of bumps and bumps came out. It's not clear how Forneth and Lawson had gotten together, but both of them eventually hit each other.
ESPN Mike Rodak contributed to this report.