Willie Parker: Redskins Running Back Would Like a Return to the Steelers
Parker Does Not Think The Redskins Are A Serious Team
In what can be characterized as harsh criticism, Washington Redskins Running Back made some pointed remarks about how the Washington Redskins conduct business.
Parker, formerly a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, noted the difference between playing in Pittsburgh and playing in Washington, D.C.
"Being in Washington, they don’t care about football. I didn’t feel good from day one there. They weren’t about football. They were about partying. . . . You appreciate Pittsburgh a little bit more after going somewhere else,” Parker said on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh Tuesday.
There is a reason the Pittsburgh Steelers have been to three Super Bowls in the last 10 years and won two of them with two different coaches. That organization does not make any decision that does not involve bettering the team and furthering their goal of winning another Super Bowl.
When you look at what Pittsburgh does, there do not seem to be any egos involved. When you look at a team like the Redskins, there seem to be a lot of egos involved.
The Redskins go through coaches and players faster than they should. They have not been as bad as the Lions or the Browns in recent years, but they have not been much better.
Parker probably is going to be an ex-Redskin now, but somehow I do not think he will be all that torn up about it.
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