He’s now saying “there is no excuse” for his defense of Foster.
Here’s the video of Doug Williams’ apology pic.twitter.com/1JzVZv3j0r
— Matthew Paras (@Matthew_Paras) November 30, 2018
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.
Redskins Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Calls Reuben Foster's Domestic Violence Allegations "Small Potatoes" https://t.co/bPf8EWVYdW
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) November 29, 2018
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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