The Rams said on Friday that any discipline of defensive tackle Aaron Donald for Thursday’s helmet-swinging incident at joint practice with the Bengals will be handled internally. The league has officially said nothing.

Unofficially, the league has acknowledged that it can’t take action against player misconduct during joint practices, but that it can discipline teams for failing to control their players. And it’s obvious that the Rams failed to control Donald.

Consider this photo posted on Twitter by Cameron DaSilva of USA Today. It shows Donald smashing a helmet over the helmet of a Bengals player.