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August 06, 2013

First fight of camp: Dunbar says he got slung to the ground one time too many. 'I've been letting it slide'

After more than two weeks, the first fight of camp broke out.

Running back Lance Dunbar didn’t like the way linebacker Ernie Sims slung him to the ground, and everybody rushed into separate them.

“I was trying to finish my run, and he slung me down,” Dunbar said. “It’s been happening all camp. I’ve been letting it slide.”

And it took this long to get worked up?

“Yeah. I don’t have a temper,” Dunbar said. “It takes a lot to push me, to get me going. But when I’m mad, I’ll stand up for myself.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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