Found December 25, 2011 on NESN.com:
Apparently there's something about holidays that makes the Detroit Lions go a little wacky. While Saturday's Christmas Eve antics weren't quite as wild as Ndamukong Suh's Turkey Day stomp, things still got a bit interesting as the Lions hosted the Chargers. The two teams had to be separated before a single snap after Detroit center Dominic Raiola shoved San Diego linebacker Antwan Barnes from behind as the teams emerged from the tunnel. Barnes turned around after the shove, at which point some more pushing and shoving ensued. It's unclear what sparked the beef, but it's the latest instance of the...
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