Bills linebacker IK Enemkpali celebrated the one-year anniversary of him infamously breaking the jaw of former New York Jets teammate Geno Smith by taking a swing at a teammate during Bills practice Thursday.

Exactly one year after IK Enemkpali's infamous punch, he just took a swing at Cyrus Kouandjio and has a scrap.

— Mark Ludwiczak (@MarkLud12) August 11, 2016

IK Enemkpali just got into a fight with Cyrus Kouandjio here at practice. Separated now. #Bills

— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) August 11, 2016

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IK Enemkpali took a swing at Cyrus Kouandjio just now. Ryan Groy stepped in and it was a 2-1 situation. This a year after IK socked Geno.

— Matthew Fairburn (@MatthewFairburn) August 11, 2016

Enemkpali, who punched Smith last Aug. 11 reportedly over $600, fought with Bills offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.

It appears neither player was injured in the scrap, unlike a year ago. Smith missed a little more than a month with the broken jaw and was supplanted by Ryan Fitzpatrick as Jets starting quarterback.

New York eventually cut Enemkpali, who was then picked up by the Bills and former Jets head coach Rex Ryan last August. Smith recently called the incident with Enemkpali a "life-defining" moment.