Seahawks' Quinton Jefferson tries to climb into stands after fans throw drink

A Seattle Seahawks staff member tries to remove Seahawks defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson left from the field as an object thrown from the stands hits them

Seahawks' Quinton Jefferson tries to climb into stands after fans throw drink

Seattle Seahawks defensive linemen Sheldon Richardson and Quinton Jefferson were ejected in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 30-24 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars, ESPN.com's Brady Henderson reported. And with the Jaguars looking to run out the clock during the game's final minute, things got heated between some of the players on the field.

Quinton headed for the locker room and shared words with fans in the stands.

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Click on the video above to watch Jefferson then clash with Jaguars fans as he makes his way off the field, with various objects being thrown at him.

At this point, another drink was thrown towards Jefferson's head who had his helmet off. Jefferson climbed up the railing and attempted to go into the stands to confront the fan. A scuffle began between multiple players during that kneeldown and only got worse when Michael Bennett purposely dove at the knees of Jags center Brandon Linder.

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"I don't even know what happened", Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said of Jefferson.

It was a balanced effort against the Seahawks with Blake Bortles throwing a pair of touchdowns while rookie running back Leonard Fournette ran for more than 100 rushing yards with a touchdown.

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Seattle leads the league in penalties with 9.5 per game, and it was an unfortunate way for an otherwise competitive game to end.

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