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Dallas Cowboys sound off after scraps during practice

Things got heated yesterday.

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Things got heated during practice yesterday for the Dallas Cowboys, as multiple scraps broke out - including between All-Pro linebacker Micah Parsons and Pro Bowl center Tyler Biadasz.

"We ain't taking no sh-t from nobody — all 32 teams — we ain't taking sh-t from nobody," said veteran safety Jayron Kearse after practice. "Whether it's our offense or the next offense. We're trying to show we're the best in the business, so it gets spicy out here, it's gonna get spicy on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays; whenever we line up, that's how we're gonna come."

Parsons believes that the toughness is going to make everyone better at the end of the day and benefit the Cowboys throughout the season. 

"Hell yeah, I need that," he said. "I'm here to make them better. I push myself to the greater good and me pushing myself is only gonna make them better, at the end of the day. I don't care who I'm up against. I don't care if it's Tyron, if it's Zack, if it's Tyler Smith — I'm gonna beat the hell out of them."

"It's only gonna make them better. … This is where championships get started — right here in camp. The goal is to bring that out, and the camaraderie, to bring it all together. It's only one goal at the end of the day."

It doesn't sound as though anyone on the team is worried about the comradery following these incidents at practice!