The NFL has been holding more joint practices in the past few years and continued doing so this year. On Thursday, the Los Angeles Rams and Las Vegas Raiders held another joint practice, a day after they made headlines as Hunter Renfrow went viral for burning Rams star Jalen Ramsey.

Well, Thursday's practice was much different, and the joint practice ended early after a huge brawl between the two teams. (h/t Myles Simmons of Pro Football Talk) 

“…a major brawl broke out during a special teams period. The fight couldn’t get under control and the Raiders ended up getting on their buses and going back to their hotel early. The Rams continued to practice on their own.”

Yikes. This isn't exactly a good look for the NFL, and the Rams and Raiders are facing off on Saturday at SoFi Stadium in the second game of the NFL preseason.

Raiders head coach Jon Gruden wasn't too thrilled about the situation on Thursday, and rightfully so.

“I have no idea what that was, but that’s enough of that crap. That’s not good for football, that’s not good for anything. So that’s the end of that practice session.”

If this is any indication of things to come, then Saturday's game should be chippy and could also involve more altercations. Hopefully that isn't the case, but surely the NFL thinks twice about scheduling these joint practices in the future.