Dec 15, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Washington Redskins team owner Daniel Snyder shown on the field prior to the game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

LaVar Arrington told by Redskins not to identify himself as former Redskin


So Daniel Snyder woke up the other morning, or afternoon or whenever he drags his pasty white butt out of bed, and asked himself, “Hmm…I wonder what I can do to make people hate me and my clueless, racist organization today.”

And he came up with a doozy of an idea.

The inspiration for the Redskins’ latest bit of supreme organizational d-baggery was this tweet from former Redskins defensive great LaVar Arrington.



Okay, what the hell is the big deal about that?

The big deal is that Arrington identifies himself as a “Redskin great” and the Redskins don’t like that.

So the Redskins sent their former great player, LaVar Arrington, a cease and desist call ordering him to no longer identify himself as a former Redskin.

Can’t. Make. It. Up.

Arrington himself seemed more amused by the whole thing than angered. “How funny get a cease and desist call from @Redskins lawyer today don’t use Redskins Great or a pic of me in a uniform,” Arrington tweeted.

He then shot back at the Redskins, saying, “Hey @Redskins you won 3 games last year maybe you should send cease and desist letters around @Redskins Park lol smh.”

Smh indeed, LaVar Arrington. Smh indeed.

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