On Thursday, a shocking video emerged showing players

swinging a helmet after a fight during practice. But unlike Browns

defensive end Miles Garrett, who did the same during a game back in 2019.

According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk,

the NFL has no jurisdiction over practices, instead holding teams

responsible for overseeing their own players on the practice field.

While this decision was for individual team practices, it also applied to

joint practices, which have become increasingly popular in recent years.

This rule means that if Donald faces any suspension for his actions

during Thursday's practice, that suspension will have to come from the Rams,

which is unlikely to be of importance to Donald to the team.