Former New England Patriots star Kevin Faulk, the now-director of player development for LSU, was involved in an on-field postgame scuffle after the team lost to Texas A&M Saturday, according to NOLA.com.

Faulk was involved in what appeared to be a fight with a member of Texas A&M’s football organization, NOLA.com reports.

The all-time leader rusher for LSU and was photographed on the field in a confrontation.

NOLA.com reports Faulk was in a dispute with a person who is believed to have thrown a punch at LSU analyst Steve Kragthorpe, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2011.

Faulk, a three time Super Bowl champion and member of the Patriots’ Hall of Fame, was hired by LSU at the beginning of the year.

LSU lost to Texas A&M Saturday in a seven-overtime game. After the on-field altercation, the man with the Texas A&M bench credential is seen speaking with Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher.