Eagles HC Chip Kelly spoke to the media about the scuffle between WR Riley Cooper and CB Cary Williams.
"No fallout whatever," Kelly said. "You've got two competitive guys. It was squashed pretty quickly."
Kelly said Williams, a cornerback, covered receiver Cooper on the first play of the team period Thursday, which was closed to the media. Michael Vick, who had to step in and restrain Williams during the scuffle, threw a deep ball to Cooper.
The first-year NFL coach said he didn't hear what was said between the two because of the loud music he favors during practice. According to a report in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Williams used a racial slur, the same one Cooper used in the infamous viral video that surfaced early last month. This suggests a connection between Cooper's slur and Williams' rage Thursday.
"Do I think that was connected to what happened yesterday?" Kelly said. "No, not at all. No, I don't."