SAINT JOSEPH, MO - JULY 31: Thomas Jones #20 practices during Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp on July 31, 2011 in Saint Joseph, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times was on 610 SportsKC radio this morning in Kansas City talking about the Jonathan Baldwin-Thomas Jones fight that happened nearly a week ago. Wilson, who always seems to have inside information when it comes to the Kansas City Chiefs, revealed a few more details to the incident.
One of the most interesting details is that it appears that Thomas Jones punched Baldwin first:
Now on 610 Sports Radio @ravensinsider reports #Chiefs WR Jonathan Baldwin broke his thumb in weight room altercation with Thomas Jones after Jones sucker-punched Baldwin following verbal sparring.
And the incident apparently started when Baldwin took "exception to so called rookie hazing and wanted to stand his ground." Wilson added:
The incident with Jones followed some type of verbal altercation between Baldwin and Jamaal Charles.
These are most of the details that were reported earlier, with a few more specifics thrown in.
610 Sports just asked this question over at their Facebook page: Now that it appears that Thomas Jones "sucker-punched" Baldwin, does this change your perception of the incident? Personally, I'm over it. I don't care who started it. I'm fine with letting the laws of the locker room play out internally.
If these new details are true, who is to blame for the incident?
Thomas Jones (1063 votes)
Jonathan Baldwin (1024 votes)
Jamaal Charles (74 votes)
Everyone (1521 votes)
3682 total votes