Cowboys receiver/return man turned Giants receiver/return man Dwayne Harris says Cowboys practices are more intense than Giants’ practices, and he doesn’t really mean that as a compliment.
"The way [the Giants] practice, it's so much fun. I love the way we practice," Harris told the 'Talk is Cheap' Podcast, via NJ.com. "[In Dallas] it's a lot of just ... arguing. There is always arguing. People [are] always arguing. And here, we have a good time, we have fun, go out and have practice as professionals.
"In Dallas, it's more intense. There is a lot more buildup. We do one-on-ones or defense vs. offense. I think there is more intensity there. This is more professional. Everyone is trying to keep each other safe."
Harris returned 164 kicks and punts over four seasons with the Cowboys, and posted 33 career catches for 418 yards and three touchdowns as a receiver.
“In Dallas, it's like all-out brawl,” Harris said. “It’s an all-out brawl.”