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The Rush: Jalen Hurts demands accountability from NFL, WFT after railing collapse

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Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts sent a letter to the NFL and Washington Football Team demanding accountability for the incident in which fans nearly fell on top of him when a guard rail in the stands collapsed at FedEx Field. Plus, goaltenders drop gloves on the ice in a rare goalie fight and other crazy videos from the sports world.

Video Transcript

[MUSIC PLAYING]

JARED QUAY: That was Jalen Hurts playing receiver on Sunday when a group of fans fell out of the stands when a railing collapsed at FedEx Field. Some of those fans were injured and say they were treated like boo boo by the Washington Football Team in their time of need. And Jalen Hurts, who found himself in the middle of the mess, is demanding answers and accountability. The Eagles quarterback wrote a letter to the NFL and Washington saying, quote, "I would like to know what safeguards the NFL and the Washington Football Team are implementing to prevent this from ever occurring in the future."

Hell, the United States Congress can't even get answers from the NFL and the Washington Football Team. So good luck with that, Jalen.

- See, that's funny because it's true.

JARED QUAY: Speaking of chaos, thanks to social media, the world was treated to a special Jim the other night.

- What we have on hand, the rarest of sporting events.

JARED QUAY: A goalie fight.

- We got a goalie fight coming on down here. McBurnie and Shipman, they're squared up. McBurnie reaches in with the left. McBurnie, he tries to fire in, Shipman goes in, he connects on a right. And he'll end up tackling McBurnie down out of all of this.

JARED QUAY: Where does this happen? How does this happen? It's amazing.

- It's beautiful.

JARED QUAY: This was a low level pro game.

- Semi-pro.

JARED QUAY: In which the River Dragons beat the Prowlers 10 to nothing. And when you lose 2 to nothing, you got to fight somebody.

- Did I lose?

JARED QUAY: You know that had to be the most interesting thing that happened on the ice all night. 10 to nothing? That's just running the score up. Fighting on the field of play is unsportsmanlike as hell.

- It's unsportsmanlike.

JARED QUAY: It just ain't good. But you know what is?

- We're waiting.

JARED QUAY: These videos from the internet.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

- Oh, my muscles are working. My muscles are working.

(RAPPING) [INAUDIBLE] Funny how you [INAUDIBLE].

- Hey. Hey.

- 3 pointer, number 29, 74.