How can the Jets be even more Jets? When it turns out that Jets quarterback Geno Smith's jaw was broken over $600 he apparently promised to pay teammate IK Enemkpali but didn't—leading the linebacker to "sucker punch" Smith. New Jets coach Todd Bowles was not happy with either player, "It takes two to tango—one to throw a punch, but two to tango."

The Post had details about the feud that took place in the Jets practice facility in Florham Park, NJ:

Sources said Enemkpali was furious at the star quarterback for failing to reimburse the $600 that Enemkpali shelled out for airline tickets and limos for Smith to attend a July 11 football camp for kids that the fiery linebacker sponsored in his hometown of Pflugerville, Texas.

Smith backed out days before the charity event, following the death of his brother’s best friend in a motorcycle crash, sources said.

Enemkpali gave Smith the silent treatment when the Jets reported to training camp on July 29, and Smith agreed to pay him back when he found out why, sources said.

But Smith, who was set to make $1.7 million plus bonuses this year, never paid the money back and the players got into a heated argument that ended with the devastating punch, sources said.

An ESPN source claims

, "Geno initially intended to attend the event out of goodwill... Geno did not borrow $600 from [Enemkpali]. He volunteered to attend the event. Geno offered to pay the kid back from what was spent, to help him out."

Bowles apparently found out from a trainer about the locker room brawl. Smith, who will be out for six to 10 weeks and will require surgery, was able to describe his side of events and Jets officials heard from Enemkpali. The team decided to release Enemkpali, with Bowles noting there was no tolerance for this kind of behavior, "You don't walk up to a man and punch him in the face... You can call him every name in the book and point in his face and do whatever you want, but when you punch a man in the face, that's some serious stuff."

Tellingly, while other players agree that Enemkpali should never have punched Smith, some felt that Smith isn't all that innocent. Darrelle Revis said, "I hold both of them responsible, just the way it played out."

Nick Mangold said, "I think that’s what adding to the craziness and the confusion of all this is that this really seems to have come out of nowhere. This is a first for me. I’ve never seen a punch thrown in the locker room. I’ve seen guys scuffle and I’ve seen shoving matches. I’ve seen screaming matches, but never to this extent."

Of course, confusion and craziness are what the Jets do best: The NY Times writes, "This episode, however extraordinary, will be viewed as standard operating procedure by many fans whose very identity has been shaped by years of disappointment, often the bumbling variety." And the Post's Steve Serby put it, "The clown face of the franchise wears a red bulbous nose and floppy green-and-white shoes. And we thought the circus had left town once Rex Ryan was fired and took his talents to Buffalo. Silly us."

Enemkpali released a statement, "Geno and I let our frustration get the best of us, but I should have just walked away from the situation. I deeply regret and apologize for my actions. It was never my intention to harm anyone.”

Bowles said that it would be up to Smith to decide whether he wanted to press charges. The Florham Park police say they have not heard from him or the Jets yet.