The action at SoFi Stadium didn’t end with the final whistle of the Rams vs. Bills game on Thursday night — because some of the two teams’ fans got into a wild brawl in the streets surrounding the venue afterward … just feet in front of ex-NFL star LeSean McCoy!
Former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Achocaptured the scene on video and posted it to his social media page … showing two L.A. fans getting into it with a man in a Stefon Diggs jersey.
In the clip, you can see the Diggs supporter threw a punch at a guy wearing a Cooper Kupp shirt — and then all hell broke loose.
A man in a Cam Akers jersey raced in to try to get a piece of the Bills backer — before he slipped and nearly ate a couple of punches.
Eventually, a police officer ran in and grabbed one of the men, which appeared to end the altercation.
McCoy and Acho were standing right behind the fracas the whole time — commenting on it all as it was going down.
“They can’t fight!” said McCoy, a former Bills running back.
No word if any arrests were made — we’ve reached out to cops, but haven’t heard back yet.
As for the game, the Rams were blasted in the NFL’s season opener, 31-10 … making it a REALLY rough night for the Kupp and Akers fans.
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