Marcus Spears 'furious' with Dwayne Haskins after latest incident

Marcus Spears 'furious' with Haskins after the last incident originally occurred on NBC Sports Washington
It only took one word to describe how Marcus Spears felt after seeing photos of Washington Football Team quarterback Dwayne Haskins, who went partying without a mask after losing to Seattle on Sunday.
"Angry," Spears said on ESPN's NFL Live.
Haskins' photos went viral on Monday, and the quarterback apologized on Twitter a day later. Washington is handling the situation internally and has spoken to the NFL and the NFL Players Association about what to do next after the incident.
In his apology, Haskins called his actions "irresponsible and immature". Unfortunately for the quarterback, this is just the latest move from him that fits this description.
Even though the sophomore admitted he made a mistake, Spears considers Haskins' actions to be inexcusable no matter what.
"This was one of those situations where you go around and have these conversations with young players, even in college when they came out, about the responsibilities and the things that you are going to take on," Spears said. "Dwayne Haskins needs to understand that he has a responsibility to the people who helped him get to this point. This is stupid. This is stupid."
This isn't the first time Haskins has broken protocols either. He was fined in October after making a reservation for a friend at the team's hotel in New York.
Aside from the mere fact that Haskins was putting himself, his family, and his teammates at risk by violating the COVID logs again, the timing of the incident was also odd.
Haskins participated in such events immediately after Washington lost week 15 to the Seahawks, which happened to be his first start in two and a half months. Haskins was benched after week 4. He probably wouldn't have seen the field for the rest of the season if Alex Smith hadn't been injured.
But due to Smith's excruciating calf strain, Haskins and his team were pushed into first place and in the middle of a playoff push into the starting appearance. The quarterback had, as Spears put it, a "golden opportunity" to prove himself to the organization again and yet missed it due to poor decisions off the field.
"The frustrating part is that Dwayne Haskins has this golden opportunity, and you choose it?" Said Spears. "All the guys who want this opportunity don't have it? And you choose to do it this year?"
Haskins wasn't exactly great on the field either, throwing two costly interceptions in the Seattle loss. Because of his performance on the field, there wasn't much to celebrate after the game.
Despite this chaotic situation, Washington still ranks first in the NFC East with two games. If Smith can't play on Sunday - a potential division winner for Washington - Haskins is likely giving Washington the best chance of winning.
However, instead of focusing on the Panthers, Washington has to deal with the impact of Haskins' actions all week. That just can't happen, especially at this point in the season.
"The NFL has logs in place as long as we admit there is a season when things like this don't happen," Spears said. "That's what Dwayne Haskins has to learn."

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