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More Details On Jonathan Baldwin-Thomas Jones Fight

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)
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)
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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.