Dwayne Haskins Jr. has found himself in the middle of more drama in the nation's capital.
Is this Dwayne Haskins? I really hope not. These women are all wearing Washington #7 shirts yesterday and that certainly does look like #7 himself partying maskless last night with strippers after the game. pic.twitter.com/BxgHdjuiCe— Rudy Gersten (@DCBarno) December 21, 2020
Haskins admitted that it is indeed him in the photos and posted a tweet apologizing about the incident before making his Twitter account private.
An apology from Washington QB Dwayne Haskins: pic.twitter.com/QeHREa7g0U— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) December 22, 2020
In his apology, Haskins said he took "full accountability for putting the team at risk" and called his actions "irresponsible" and "immature."
WFT said in a statement that they will handle the discipline internally.
The maskless incident is considered high-risk COVID-19 conduct which is punishable by a maximum fine of one week’s salary or up to a four-game suspension. It's hard to see Haskins ever suiting up for Washington ever again after he was demoted to third-stringer this season.
While he probably won't play another game for Washington, he can at least cross off one potential nickname: Dwayne Mask-ins.
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