For much of the decade during which Daniel Snyder has owned the Redskins, many fans and members of the media have blamed Snyder for the team’s struggles.
Rarely, if ever, do any of the employees of the organization point a finger at Snyder.
Cornerback Carlos Rogers has done it.
His broader point? Everyone is to blame. The message? The first one to blame is the guy who has the keys.
“It not only starts with the players, coaches,” Rogers said, per the Associated Press. “It starts with the ownership.”
In unrelated news, the Redskins are now accepting trade offers for Rogers.