Sean McVay Reacts To The Wild Practice Fight Today

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Aaron Donald was at the center of Thursday's chaotic joint exercise between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.

The Rams star was seen wearing two Bengals helmets, which he had rotated during a fight that ended the practice.

According to The Athletics' Jourdan Rodrigue, a "furious" Sean McVay commented on what he saw.

"I don't know what I was," McVay said. "I just see people swinging and some people have helmets, some don't,

You just never know what could happen. My biggest concern is unnecessary injuries."

He can't believe that someone got injured during the fight.

Bengals head coach Zack Taylor said he would "move on" after confirming that everyone allowed the clash to remain healthy.

Per Rodrigue, Donald declined to comment through a spokesman for the team.

Rams won't say anything until McVay's next press conference.

According to Rams Wire's Cameron DaSilva on Tuesday, McVay said he expected

Super Bowl representatives will have two productive practice days without any of the "cheap stuff."

"We have no place to fight. We should be able to work two good days," McVay said.

"These opportunities really matter, and we can't miss it for the dumb (outrageous). We won't have it.

I don't expect it, and I know Zack and I'm pretty much aligned."

The Rams and Bengals will face off on Saturday night in each team's final pre-season game.