Let’s get it back to the Eagles, who improved to 7-2 in joint practices with a Tuesday victory over the Browns.

However, Joel Bitonio, a 5x Pro Bowl Cleveland guard, accused the Birds of taking cheap shots, via Mary Kay Cabot at Cleveland.com:

PHILADELPHIA — The Super Bowl runner-up Eagles came out Tuesday and imposed their will on the Browns on Day 2 of their joint practices, but Joel Bitonio said they went too far, taking “cheap shots” on both sides of the ball at times.

Specifically, he was miffed that the Eagles played it too fast and loose with Deshaun Watson, with defensive end Josh Sweat at one point knocking the ball out of his hand on a would-be strip-sack.

“You’re not supposed to that,” Bitonio said. (sic)

He knocked the ball out of his hands? Well woop dee fuckin’ doo.

Here’s another piece of video where he’s even more vague:

I think we know why Bitonio is mad:

Wahhh wahhh. Birds win. They improve to 7-2 in joint practices. They are joint practice world fucking champions:

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