Wednesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Congress alleges a "long-running and potentially unlawful pattern of financial conduct" by Dan Snyder and other Washington executives. Former Washington LB LaVar Arrington, who publicly criticized the team culture and business practices in the early 2000's, expresses his desire for a public apology because of the strained relationship he suffered with the community during his playing career.
LaVar Arrington: "All of these things coming out, I literally was the first one that spoke on what was going on. And I don't want a pat on the back. I don't need to think about if I could file a lawsuit against this guy, against the team. I love the city, love the fans, always loved the team. I just didn't like the way the owner did business, and I talked about it...
I would love to have an official public apology because it strained my relationship with with the city and in a lot of ways it derailed my career because I didn't want to play anymore. It was so difficult dealing with those conditions. It sucked the love out of you, to want to go to work every day. And I'm sure a lot of people have shared those sentiments for a really, really long time."
LaVar, Jonas Knox and Brady Quinn also speculate why heat on Dan Snyder continues to grow and if Jeff Bezos might be pulling strings from the sideline.