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.”
The inspiration for the Redskins’ latest bit of supreme organizational d-baggery was this tweet from former Redskins defensive great LaVar Arrington.
— LaVar Leap Arrington (@LaVarArrington) May 8, 2014
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.