Bears Boot Kyle Long From Practice for Fighting Rookie DE Jalen Dalton and Hitting Him With Helmet

Wild Card Round - Philadelphia Eagles v Chicago Bears
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With 32 different training camps going on simultaneously throughout the National Football League, you're bound to hear some rather ridiculous reports.

Well, get your popcorn ready and have a seat, because this one's a doozy.

The Chicago Bears held practice on Wednesday night, and starting right guard Kyle Long was rather active, to say the least, according to Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Long threw fists with rookie defensive end Jalen Dalton in practice. During said altercation, Long took off Dalton's helmet and proceeded to hit him with it before throwing it down the field. For his final act, Long puked multiple times on the sidelines.

We weren't lying when we said it was crazy.

According to various media members, Long was kicked out of the practice following his skirmish with the undrafted rookie out of North Carolina. In fact, Bears head coach Matt Nagy called the situation "disappointing" and that it would be handled internally.

Oh, and this was the second consecutive day with a fight in Bears camp.

For a team that's looking to take the next step after an impressive campaign, this is the last thing you want to see from one of your established veterans.