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Bledsoe Says Argument With Johnson Quickly A Thing Of The Past

When it comes to Drew Bledsoe and Keyshawn Johnson's relationship on Sunday, maybe it was just something Drew said.
Television cameras caught a much talked about squabble between the QB and receiver.
It allegedly started when Drew Bledsoe threw to Keyshawn Johnson who was hit by Lido Shepard and then fumbled.
The Eagles Sheldon Brown recovered and took the ball 80 yards for the touchdown.
The cameras panned over to the sidelines and it was pretty clear Keyshawn was not too happy. Bledsoe told ESPN reporters he told Johnson to hold on to the ball. Johnson was restrained by several coaches.
The incident was down played after the game.
"In the game, I just felt like we were absolutely manhandling them," Bledsoe said. "And then to turn the ball over in that situation, I wasn't happy about it. So I said something to him. He's an emotional guy, everybody knows that, and he fired back at it. But it's one of those things that was over about 30 seconds after it started."
Cowboys will play the Giants at Texas Stadium on Sunday.

Maya Golden reporting, mgolden@kltv.com

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