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The Commanders would appreciate it if you quit pointing out what a mess the organization was until recently

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Washington Command, still embroiled in controversy stemming from years of dysfunction within the organization, is a little annoyed by the fact that not enough bouquets are thrown at them due to the progress the team has made over the past two years with the proverbial gun. to their head.

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In a letter given to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter, who dutifully tweeted this To its multi-million followers, Commanders management is providing all current employees with a “Two Years of Progress Reminder”.

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“Some comments in the media portray our team in a harsh and negative manner, which does not reflect who we are today as an organization,” the second paragraph of the letter reads. Excuse me, but who said that they are still non-functional? If they were, then there would already be new owners.

This is the main point. Any progress made in the past two years has been made under duress. This was Dan Snyder’s last chance. Form or hit the road. Either he would have made the changes, or the next owner would have made the changes.

“We believe that this ongoing criticism does not acknowledge and grossly undervalues ​​your daily commitment to excellence in the workplace,” the letter explains in the same paragraph. With all due respect, give me a damn break. It’s like saying that the ongoing criticism of the January 6 uprising is an indictment of current White House staff. Team members are not criticized. The property is under criticism. And the owners are trying to put an end to those criticisms, apparently angering the employees enough to rebuff the media for daring to point out that Dan Snyder has not been held accountable enough for his actions.

In fact, we don’t know if he was responsible enough for his actions because we still don’t know what his actions were. Therefore, it is impossible to know whether the punishment fits the crime. We do not know the details of the crime. (It’s a metaphor. I’m not saying he committed a crime. I don’t want to be sued during my annual summer break. Never.)

“We believe that statements made in the media critical of our organization do not accurately reflect our positive transformation and the current reality of the Washington Commanders organization that exists today,” the letter said. “Statements like this do a disservice to nearly 300 Commanders employees who are more proud of the team today than at any time in recent history because they are part of an organization that gets things right and sets the standards for the entire league on issues. raised by the Committee.”

Again, give me a damn break. The attitude resulting from these comments should not be met with applause, but contempt by the team members. They know why criticism lingers. It’s delayed because Daniel Snyder is delayed.

So, Dan, if you really want your employees to be excited about where they are now, the best way to achieve that is to leave the premises permanently for you and your co-CEO. If you choose to stay, please do not use your current employees as a human shield for the criticism you continue to deserve regarding the consequences that appear to have been insufficient and incomplete – especially when you have had the opportunity to introduce yourself to a well-deserved public. payback before the House Supervisory Committee today, but refused so-so.




Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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