It drives me crazy seeing how much press the Brady/O'Brien fight is getting. Players yell at coaches all the time and vice versa, players yell at players all the time. ALL. THE. TIME. We yell at each other on the field, on the sideline, before, during, and after practices and games. Football is a game of passion, tempers flare, guys want the best out of each other all the time. Coaches fight with each other all the time.
But at the end of the day, everything is good again. More than good. Football teams more than any other sport are family - you bleed together, you go to battle every single play, you get hurt together and you hurt people together. It's a violent, violent sport. Of course guys are going to spout off from time to time. But for every exchange they show like Brady and O'Brien there are 100 you don't see and more importantly there are 200 lovefests breaking out on the field and on the sideline you aren't aware of.