Dwayne Haskins’ time in Washington is clearly coming to an end.
Washington was ranked 15th on the Haskins bench in 2019, and Taylor Haynick lost to Carolina 20-13 in the second half.
Haskins then left the stadium without speaking to reporters, which violated the National Football League’s access policy, which requires the starting quarterback to talk after the game unless he is injured. Nicki Jhabvala Washington post The report said that Haskins refused to speak when approached by the public relations team and did not respond to attempts by the public relations team to contact him over the phone.
For what Haskins vowed last week to stop doing things in his own way, “do better, become a better teammate, take more responsibilities, and solve the problems that put me in this situation”. This lasted four full days.
Last Sunday night, Haskins attended what he called a private birthday party and apologized to his teammates for violating the COVID-19 agreement. As part of the punishment, the convoy stripped his captain and imposed a fine of $40,000 on Haskins.
Earlier this season, Washington imposed a fine of $4,833 on Haskins for inviting a friend into the team hotel in violation of a COVID-19 agreement. Last year, Haskins missed the final blow to defeat the Lions when posing with fans.
On Sunday, Haskins completed 14 of 28 goals for 154 yards, two interceptions, and then was pulled out. Washington hopes that Alex Smith will return in a victory or a family game against the Hawks next Sunday, but either way, Haskins’ days as a starter-and his obligation to speak after the game are both. Be reflected.
Update 8:31 p.m. EDT: The team’s PR announced that Haskins will conduct an interview at his home.