This moment with Dwayne Haskins is latest example of Chase Young's leadership
This moment with Haskins is the latest example of Young's leadership, which originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Earlier this week, Alex Smith - who knows a little about being a leader - called Chase Young's leadership "crazy unusual." Usually rookies like Young don't get that much respect this early on, but # 99 isn't your typical rookie.
And after losing to the Seahawks on Sunday, Young demonstrated that trait again.
Dwayne Haskins, who nearly helped Washington make a big comeback over Seattle, was seen slowly walking towards the home team tunnel at FedEx Field after completing the post-game handshakes. He looked understandably angry.
Then this happened:
While it would be interesting to see what Young said about Haskins at that moment, the visual is really all you need. Young put his arm around the QB and together they jogged into the locker room. This is how you take on a disappointed teammate.
As outstanding as Young was between the pipes, what is admirable is what he has done outside of them. When the best player is also one of the best people, he can work wonders for an entire organization. Although his actions could not change the outcome for Haskins, the passerby must have appreciated the support.
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