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PHILADELPHIA - This Eagles defence wont be pushed around. For the second straight day at Philadelphias training camp, a fight broke out between an offensive and defensive player. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher took on wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on Monday. Linebacker Trent Cole got into it with All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy a day earlier. "Were just playing ball," Fletcher said. "Emotions got going and one thing led to another. Its football. Things happen. Were all working to get better. We just go on to the next day." Maclin walked off the field and declined to speak to reporters. He looked angry about the fight. Cornerback Cary Williams was glad to see it. "Youre not supposed to be friends at camp, although you look out for your brother," Williams said. "Youre fighting for jobs, fighting for opportunities." Williams and his defensive mates have a chip on their shoulder. The defence ranked 29th in the NFL last year during Philadelphias worst-to-first season and was the main reason the Eagles lost to New Orleans in a wild-card playoff game. While Chip Kellys offence received all the accolades, the defence was viewed as a weakness. But they werent as bad as the numbers and they improved significantly after a poor first month. "We have a great team, a great chance here," Williams said. "Were going to be aggressive, fly around and its going to be a different defence that you see out there. We cant talk about it; we have to be about it." So, theyre setting the tone early in camp. Things got heated Sunday when Cole and McCoy went at it. The veterans are friends and both downplayed the incident. "Their emotions got the better part of them," Kelly said. "Those things happen. Its no different than sometimes little kids dont get along very well and throw Tonka trucks at each other. Its not a real big deal." Fletcher and Maclin exchanged punches following a pass play down the right sideline. Throwing fists with helmets on isnt the smartest idea, but neither player was injured. "Youre not swinging to hurt the guy," Williams said. "They have helmets on. You have to protect him and protect yourself. Its common sense. Its almost a faking situation. You break your hand in a fight, youre a complete idiot. Thats great we have physicality on both sides of the ball. As soon as we get off the field, were buddy-buddy. Were family. You cant take that into the locker room." The team wore pads for the first time Monday in an open practice at Lincoln Financial Field in front of approximately 15,000 fans. "Its all in fun. It happens," McCoy said about the fight. NOTES: The biggest surprise for Kelly since his transition from Oregon to the NFL is the "hype" surrounding the draft. "The fact that people would watch the Combine; theres times at the Combine where I fall asleep," Kelly said. 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Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris, city natives, handled the catering for teammates that begged them for the tasty postgame feast.PORTLAND, Ore. - Once Gerald Green gets going, he doesnt think he can be stopped. Green scored 18 of his 32 points in the second half and the Phoenix Suns rallied for a 109-93 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night. "Thats what Gerald does," Phoenix coach Jeff Hornacek said of Green, who made 12 of 20 shots from the field, including 4 of 7 from 3-point range. "When he gets going, you just kind of let him go. "There are times when you go, Uh, oh, what are we going to see next? He got a little wild, but he feels nobody can ever stop him. Thats the confidence he has." Eric Bledsoe finished with 30 points and Goran Dragic added 19 for the Suns (45-31), who denied the Blazers (49-28) a chance to clinch a Western Conference playoff berth while beating Portland for the third time in four games. Trailing 67-57, the Suns outscored Portland 22-13 over the final 6:48 of the third quarter to pull within 80-77, then scored the first seven points of the fourth to take the lead for good. Robin Lopez and LaMarcus Aldridge each scored 18 points for the Blazers, who had their four-game win streak snapped and dropped two games behind Houston for the Wests No. 4 playoff spot. "Im glad we dont have to play Phoenix anymore," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. "Obviously, theyre active on the offensive glass and extra possessions hurt us. Usually I like our chances when we hold a team to 40 per cent shooting, but give the Suns credit." The Suns, battling Dallas and Memphis for the Wests final two playoff berths, took the lead for good at 81-80 when Green threw the ball off the backboard and dunked to open the fourth quarter, touching off a 20-5 run that all but put the game out of reach with 5:07 remaining. Markieff Morris scored 12 points for the Suns, who finished with a 59-48 advantage in rebounds, a 24-6 advantage in fast-break points, and a 48-32 edge in points in the paint. "We just had a little more determination, I guess," said Bledsoe, who scored 14 of his 30 pointss in the fourth quarter.dddddddddddd "Everybody knew if wed lost this game, it was going to be tougher going forward." The Suns still face a daunting six-game stretch to close out the regular season, including home games against Oklahoma City and Memphis, and road games against San Antonio and Dallas. "Our destiny is in our own hands, because we still play Dallas and Memphis," Dragic said. "Those two games are going to be really huge for us. Win those games and its going to be really close." The Suns, looking to bounce back from Wednesdays 112-108 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, got a pair of 3-pointers from Green during a 13-2 run that gave them a 26-19 lead with 1:29 to play in the first quarter. They led 51-45 but then came up empty on their final nine possessions of the second quarter, going 0 for 11 from the field with two missed free throws and a turnover as the Blazers outscored them 9-0 in the closing 3:17 of the half to take a 54-51 halftime lead. Aldridge, held to four first-half points, made 5 of 8 shots from the field and two free throws, giving him 12 third-quarter points as the Blazers carried an 80-79 lead into the fourth. The Blazers, coming off Tuesdays 124-112 road win over the Los Angeles Lakers, got 15 points from Damian Lillard and shot 43 per cent (35 of 81) to the Suns 40 per cent (39 of 97). Both teams also made 6 of 21 shots from 3-point range. Notes: The last time the Suns had a player score at least 30 points off the bench was when Dragic had 32 points in a 124-115 loss at Utah on Jan. 25, 2010. . The 16-point loss was the second-worst loss for the Blazers at home this season, ranking behind a 98-81 loss to Memphis on Jan. 28. . 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