Former Washington Commanders safety Su'a Cravens is now speaking out against his former team and owner, Daniel Snyder. Cravens was referring to a recent investigation into the organization over workplace misconduct.
He took to Twitter to voice his displeasure for the organization and specifically Daniel Snyder, saying the following:
“I can’t wait until this poor excuse for a human being is forced to sell his team! He’s ruined so many careers and made life difficult for so many that did no wrong. Karma really comes full circle. The funds of the wicked will be transferred to the righteous."
Cravens was drafted by the franchise in 2016. He quickly fell out of favor in Washington for what he believed to be a mishandling of a concussion he suffered as a rookie. According to Cravens, he was contemplating retirement after a concussion but was talked out of it by the organization.
“Went out of their way to cut my insurance off, froze my payments, refused to pay me and even recoup pay.”
Cravens once again took to Twitter to voice his frustrations over what happened to him as a player with the Commanders.
The effects of the ongoing investigation into workplace misconduct by the Washington Commanders are likely to reverberate for years to come. But for fans of the franchise, the team still has an obligation to put together a roster that can compete at the highest level.
Can the Washington Commanders succeed next season with so many distractions?
Last season, the team was a disappointment, finishing the season with a 7-10 overall record. Washington made some positive moves in the offseason by trading for quarterback Carson Wentz, the former Philadelphia Eagles' second overall selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.
After playing four seasons with the Eagles, Wentz was traded last year to the Indianapolis Colts, but that experiment lasted only a season. Washington will now look to help Wentz resurrect his career in the nation's capital. To succeed on the field, the organization should also look to re-sign star receiver Terry McLaurin, who is currently looking for a new deal.
McLaurin skipped the mandatory minicamp as both sides are yet to come to an agreement. With the ninth-lowest drop rate (2.8%) and third-most contested catches since 2020, the former Ohio State University standout has proven his worth in the league.
The defense will look to get back into form with the hopeful return of star edge rusher Chase Young, whose 2021 season ended early due to suffering a torn ACL in Week 10.
Fans of the franchise could use something to cheer about next season, and the Commanders will look to give them what they need when the 2022 season kicks off later this year.
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