Coach Kevin Stefanski said Tuesday he was "not happy" with the way Wilson tackled Chubb and that he spoke to Wilson one-on-one shortly after the hit in practice. Tight end David Njoku immediately got in Wilson's face, leading to a minor skirmish. When asked what he said to Wilson, Njoku answered he would be keeping that "confidential."
Wilson, who faced off against Chubb as rivals in college when Chubb was at Georgia and Wilson played for Alabama, said over the weekend that Chubb was the best running back in the NFL.
"A lot of things Chubb does that a lot of running backs do not," Wilson said. "He's just different."
Wilson tweeted about the incident later Monday:
I just practice with a lot of passion, my intentions is to never hurt anyone on my team nor any other player I'm going up against. We good though keep the negative comments to yourself. #NoBarkALLBITE— Mack Wilson (@5mackwilson1) August 17, 2020
Wilson, meanwhile, suffered a hyperextended knee in practice on Tuesday, and he will be further evaluated. A source told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler that Wilson still could miss significant time even if no surgery is needed and that returning before October would require a major effort.
Kareem Hunt, who won the NFL rushing title in 2017, will get the starter's reps while Chubb is out.