Washington Football Team places second trainer on administrative leave

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Another Washington Football Team trainer has been placed on leave amid an investigation that saw federal agents raid the team facility.

Washington assistant athletic trainer Doug Quon has been placed on administrative leave, according to John Keim of ESPN. That comes just days after Washington put head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion on leave amid a DEA investigation.

The investigation reportedly centers around the distribution of prescription drugs.

The NFL Players’ Association said in a statement this week that it is seeking more information about the investigation and whether the issues involved in the investigation could have compromised player health and safety.

6 responses to “Washington Football Team places second trainer on administrative leave

  1. Just a bad franchise from the top down. Their fans deserve better.
    The WFT, Jets, Dolphins, and Lions will never win with their current ownership. The league should force changes, but that’s like asking congress to vote for term limits: not gonna happen.

  2. The irony in this is amazing. Remember when you called the unvaccinated names, Ron? Looks like all the people who said “my new favorite coach”, after his previous comments, backed the wrong horse. Great leadership and hypocrisy here…

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