Gresh & Zo discussed Wednesday night’s Patriots practice at Gillette Stadium.
There were over 22,000 fans in attendance for the annual nighttime practice that’s open only to season ticket holders and Foxboro residents. The guys were surprised by the huge turnout by fans.
The guys were also pumped to hear that the players were getting a little physical with each other. Second-year tackle Nate Solder seemed to shove linebacker Brandon Spikes when he was already on the ground. A group shoving match broke out after the play, and Solder had to run a lap.
This discussion of physical play led Zo to tell a story of Willie McGinest punching another player in camp.