SEE IT: Jets' Pryor, Redskins' Swearinger Get Into Confrontation

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Terrelle Pryor wasn't exactly chummy with his old teammates Tuesday when the Jets and Redskins met in a joint practice in Richmond, Virginia. 

A video posted on Twitter by Mitch Brown of WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, on Tuesday morning showed Redskins safety Montae Nicholson breaking up a pass intended for Pryor in the end zone. Shortly after the play, Washington's D.J. Swearinger is seen jawing with Pryor and then pretending he was going to throw a punch, which caused a big-time flinch by Pryor. 

----IT GOT REAL----@MontaeNicholson wins his one-on-one rep vs. Terrelle Pryor & @JungleBoi_Swagg had some things to say & do after!! #SkinsCamp | #HTTR

— Mitch B. (@MitchBrownTV3) August 14, 2018

After a breakout 2016 season with the Browns, Pryor signed a one-year, $8 million contract with the Redskins in March 2017. But the quarterback-turned-wideout had a disappointing, injury-plagued season, catching just 20 passes for 240 yards with a touchdown. 

The Jets then signed the former Ohio State star to a one-year, $4.5 million deal this past offseason. Pryor is competing for snaps against Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, Jermaine Kearse and others.

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It has been a chippy few days of practice between the Jets and Redskins. New York defensive end Nathan Shepherd and Washington guard Shawn Lauvao got into a skirmish Tuesday. And on Sunday, a couple of brawls broke out between the teams.

Jets coach Todd Bowles said he wasn't happy about the extracurricular activities after Sunday's practice.

"The intensity is good," he said. "Fights are not to be tolerated. We're not trying to fight them. They're not trying to fight us. If they wanted to be boxers and wrestlers, they probably would be in another sport."