Eric Reid, Malcolm Jenkins get in confrontation

Eric Reid, Malcolm Jenkins get in confrontation

Eric Reid, Malcolm Jenkins get in confrontation

Something is bothering Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, and he wasted no time sharing his feelings with several Philadelphia Eagles players. Before the altercation, Reid stared Jenkins down during player introductions and was restrained by Panthers receiver Devin Funchess and secondary coach Richard Rodgers when an official appeared to ask Reid to return to his sideline.

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There's history between Reid and Jenkins: Jenkins is the co-founder of the Players' Coalition, a social justice partnership formed in the wake of Colin Kaepernick's protests against social inequality in America.

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Jenkins and Reid had a disagreement over the Players Coalition previous year and how funds were allocated by the NFL in response to player protests during the national anthem, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. But Reid has been highly critical of Jenkins for allegedly working too closely with the National Football League and hanging the players out to dry, even calling the Coalition an "NFL-created subversion group".

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Later in the game, Reid threw quarterback Carson Wentz to the ground after he had already handed off the ball. The excessive contact was then met with derision from Wentz's teammates, Zach Ertz in particular, the tight end haphazardly charging Reid who was quick enough to displace the incoming threat with a hip toss.

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