PHILADELPHIA - This Eagles defence wont be pushed around. Tim Williams Jersey . For the second straight day at Philadelphias training camp, a fight broke out between an offensive and defensive player. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher took on wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on Monday. Linebacker Trent Cole got into it with All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy a day earlier. "Were just playing ball," Fletcher said. "Emotions got going and one thing led to another. Its football. Things happen. Were all working to get better. We just go on to the next day." Maclin walked off the field and declined to speak to reporters. He looked angry about the fight. Cornerback Cary Williams was glad to see it. "Youre not supposed to be friends at camp, although you look out for your brother," Williams said. "Youre fighting for jobs, fighting for opportunities." Williams and his defensive mates have a chip on their shoulder. The defence ranked 29th in the NFL last year during Philadelphias worst-to-first season and was the main reason the Eagles lost to New Orleans in a wild-card playoff game. While Chip Kellys offence received all the accolades, the defence was viewed as a weakness. But they werent as bad as the numbers and they improved significantly after a poor first month. "We have a great team, a great chance here," Williams said. "Were going to be aggressive, fly around and its going to be a different defence that you see out there. We cant talk about it; we have to be about it." So, theyre setting the tone early in camp. Things got heated Sunday when Cole and McCoy went at it. The veterans are friends and both downplayed the incident. "Their emotions got the better part of them," Kelly said. "Those things happen. Its no different than sometimes little kids dont get along very well and throw Tonka trucks at each other. Its not a real big deal." Fletcher and Maclin exchanged punches following a pass play down the right sideline. Throwing fists with helmets on isnt the smartest idea, but neither player was injured. "Youre not swinging to hurt the guy," Williams said. "They have helmets on. You have to protect him and protect yourself. Its common sense. Its almost a faking situation. You break your hand in a fight, youre a complete idiot. Thats great we have physicality on both sides of the ball. As soon as we get off the field, were buddy-buddy. Were family. You cant take that into the locker room." The team wore pads for the first time Monday in an open practice at Lincoln Financial Field in front of approximately 15,000 fans. "Its all in fun. It happens," McCoy said about the fight. NOTES: The biggest surprise for Kelly since his transition from Oregon to the NFL is the "hype" surrounding the draft. "The fact that people would watch the Combine; theres times at the Combine where I fall asleep," Kelly said. 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The four unearned runs were the most allowed by Cincinnati since June 27, 2012, according to the Reds. Nobody appreciated the gifts more than Mets manager Terry Collins. "You dont get many," he said. "Youve got to capitalize on that." Zach Wheeler (10-9) pitched six solid innings, improving to 7-1 with a 2.21 ERA over his last 13 starts. The right-hander allowed one run and five hits, struck out six and hit two batters. "I felt fine," he said. "I knew in the bullpen that I had good stuff today." The Reds began the day with a major league-low 62 errors. But centre fielder Billy Hamilton dropped a fly ball in New Yorks three-run sixth, and first baseman Jack Hannahan flubbed Grandersons foul popup in the eighth. Granderson then hit a solo shot for his 18th homer. "They make those plays 99.9 per cent of the time," Reds manager Bryan Price said. "We pretty much handed them all of their runs. Its a rarity, but it stinks when it happens." New York carried a 4-1 lead into the ninth, but Jay Bruce hit his 16th homer and Ryan Ludwick added an RBI single to get Cincinnati within one. The Reds had the bases loaded with two out when Jenrry Mejia struck out Devin Mesoraco for his 24th save, closing out a 4-2 road trip for the Mets. "We got the wiin," Collins said. Joe Flacco Jersey. "Thats what counts." Mat Latos struck out five in six innings for Cincinnati. He allowed three runs and seven hits. The Mets jumped on Latos (5-5) after Hamilton dropped Wilmer Flores fly ball on the warning track for a two-base error with one out in the sixth. Granderson followed with a tying RBI single. "It was one of those that was hit softer than I thought," Hamilton said. "I took one little peek at the wall. Thats what did it." After Dilson Herrera fouled out, Recker hit a drive off the facade of the second deck in left field for his sixth homer. Of Reckers 13 career home runs, 10 either have tied the game or given his team the lead, including five this season. Latos helped himself with a two-out single in the fifth. He came around to score on Skip Schumakers base hit. ROTATION CHANGE Collins announced that RHP Rafael Montero will start Wednesday against Colorado. Montero was recalled Friday from Triple-A Las Vegas. TRAVELING MAN Wheeler improved to 5-1 with a 2.08 ERA over his last 12 road starts. He has allowed one earned run or less in eight of those starts. TARNISHED GOLD Mets CF Juan Lagares committed just his third error of the season in 107 games. Hamilton committed just his second in 137 games. TRAINERS ROOM Mets: Rookie C Travis dArnaud got the day off. Reds: Todd Fraziers start on Sunday was his 19th straight since missing three games Aug. 15-17 with lower back problems. An All-Star third baseman, he had started eight of those games at first base. 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