'Fight for L.A.' becomes real as Rams, Chargers scuffle 3 times

'Fight for L.A.' becomes real as Rams, Chargers scuffle 3 times
IRVINE, Calif. -- The "Fight for L.A." between the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers intensified on the field, as players and coaches had to break up three fights during a two-hour scrimmage between the teams on Wednesday at UC Irvine. For the second time in five days, the two teams competed against each other. Last Saturday's scrimmage at the StubHub Center went off without any issues. On Wednesday, however, things got started when Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson took issue with a post-play push-off by Chargers receiver Dontrelle Inman when a pass from Philip Rivers sailed over both of the players' heads. Johnson threw his helmet off and swung at Inman, who still had his helmet on. Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman ran onto the field to defend his teammate, pushing Inman to the ground. Chargers receiver Keenan Allen then ran down the field and tackled Robey-Coleman, and a melee ensued. ... 
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