Wide receiver and return man Dwayne Harris spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys before signing with the New York Giants in free agency this offseason. It has only taken him a few practices to decide which team puts together a better practice atmosphere.
"The way [the Giants] practice, it's so much fun. I love the way we practice," Harris said on the 'Talk Is Cheap' podcast hosted by Jordan Raanan of True Jersey.
He has noticed a stark contrast in the way the Giants practice versus the way his old team used to practice. More specifically, he pointed to the interactions in practice among teammates, although he never went into too much detail on specific player interactions.
"[In Dallas] it's a lot of just ... arguing. There is always arguing. People always arguing and here we have a good time, we have fun, go out and have practice as professionals.
"In Dallas it's more intense. There is a lot more buildup. We do 1-on-1s or defense vs. offense. I think there is more intensity there. This is more professional. Everyone is trying to keep each other safe."
The Cowboys have been known for their fair share of in-practice arguments and scuffles. Just ask Dez Bryant and Tyler Patmon.
"In Dallas, it's like all-out brawl," said Harris.
Of course, Harris' comments came before the Giants' Monday practice when teammates Justin Pugh and Damontre Moore got into a little bit of a fist fight of their own.
(h/t True Jersey)