Redskins senior vice president of player personnel Doug Williams has apologized for his previous comments in defense ofWashington  signing linebacker Reuben Foster. 

 He’s now saying “there is no excuse” for his defense of Foster.

Washington claimed Foster off of waivers on Tuesday, two days after he was released by the 49ers. 

Foster was arrested on a domestic violence charge at the 49ers hotel in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday.

Williams defended the team’s decision to sign Foster on Thursday.

“There’s not a lot to say. No more than the fact that, if you know me, you would understand, growing up, I understand the climate and what’s going on. For me to make comments like I did, I want to apologize to anybody out there within earshot, especially the ladies of this area, across the country. Like I said, I got six daughters that no way in the world I would tolerate anything like that. So for me to say something like that, I just want to apologize.”

The Redskins should apologize for even attempting to land Foster. 

His comments only were a result of them making a terrible decision from the jump. 

Having six daughters is no small potatoes. 

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