Dwayne Haskins stripped of captaincy with Washington Football Team
Dwayne Haskins, who was the captain with Washington evaded, originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins was removed from the team's captaincy after partying without a mask over the weekend, head coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday.
“Although we are extremely disappointed with the decision Dwayne made, I was glad he was telling the truth and was open about the whole situation. He apologized very sincerely and we had a very direct discussion. During that time I informed Dwayne that he would no longer be the team captain, "said Rivera." He also reached out to the team today and took responsibility for his actions and apologized personally to everyone. "
Rivera noted that the remainder of the internal punishment for Haskins will remain "in the house".
Haskins' actions were in direct violation of the COVID-19 logs. After the team found it was aware of the photos that emerged, the quarterback apologized on Twitter.
The 2019 first round election for Washington was voted team captain by his teammates ahead of the season, an encouraging sign for the second year passerby. However, this honor no longer belongs to him.
This marked the second time this season that Haskins broke team protocols as he was punished early in the campaign for letting a friend into the team hotel before the New York Giants game.
The quarterback began the season as Washington's starter but was put in place of Kyle Allen after Week 4. An Alex Smith injury allowed Haskins to return to the role in week 15. Haskins was spotted training with the team on Wednesday.
According to the news, it was reported that Washington currently has no plans to release him at this point.
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