Gary Kubiak had to break up a shouting match between defensive backs and offensive linemen after the Denver Broncos lost to the New England Patriots 16-3 on Sunday night.
The argument kicked off in the locker room after Kubiak asked if anyone would like to address the team.
Russell Okung volunteered to speak but was shot down by the objections of Aqib Talib. Yelling between the two groups then erupted, according to a report.
Multiple team sources said there has been at least one other occasion in recent weeks this season when the Broncos' defensive backs and the team's offensive linemen have exchanged words after a game.
"Everybody's frustrated," Chris Harris Jr. said "We feel like we played almost good enough defense to win that game. I don't know if [we] ever kept Brady under 16 points, and we did that today. That's what makes you sick, when we come out and play stout like we did today; we could play a little bit better and get some turnovers. ... But they didn't really have to take many chances. They didn't really have to throw the ball down the field too much."