During training camps, teams tend to hold joint practices to get a view of their roster against an opposing team. This week, the Indianapolis Colts and the Cleveland Browns are sharing the same practice field.

Among the players who are involved with the practices, T.Y. Hilton doesn’t seem like he’s a supporter of joint practices. Hilton kept it short and simple when he was asked on his opinion of joint practices in the NFL.

“I’m not a fan of joint practices,” Hilton said, via FOX59.com.

Recently, Aaron Rodgers shared the same sentiment when the Green Bay Packers and Houston Texans held joint practices leading up to their preseason matchup. The Colts’ electric wideout pointed to fighting as a reason why he dislikes the idea of joint sessions.

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During the Packers and Texans first practice, a scrum broke out between both teams after rookie Lonnie Johnson delivered a devastating hit to tight end Jace Sternberger. Johnson would later be sent to the locker room by Bill O’Brien after making another unnecessary hit during the special teams portion of practice.

Ahead of their joint practices, Frank Reich and Freddie Kitchens have spoken to each other to prevent any scuffles from breaking out. Hilton doesn’t want anything to get in the way of his training camp that he feels is the best of his career after his ankle injury has healed from last season.

Last year, the Colts surprised some people as Andrew Luck made his long-anticipated return in 2018 after missing the entire 2017 season. Hilton was among the players who benefitted from the restoration of Luck under center. The speedy wide receiver had 76 receptions for 1,270 yards in 2018.

By all means, if you ever ask T.Y. Hilton anything, avoid asking about what his stance on joint practices is.