Dov Kleiman @NFL_DovKleiman
Dwayne Haskins was finally back as a starter [due to injury] and after losing to the #Seahawks, apparently decided to party at a strip club. The team is aware of the posts and are in contact with the league while handling it internally, per @NickiJhabvala https://t.co/z5uYHTQJ19
Haskins issued an apology Tuesday on Twitter before making his profile private:
The incident broke the NFL's COVID-19 protocols with Haskins not wearing a mask indoors.
Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported Washington is aware of the social media posts and is handling the matter internally after notifying the NFL.
Haskins had already been fined earlier this season for breaking protocols when he invited a family friend to the team hotel, per John Keim of ESPN.
The second-year player was making his first start since Week 4 after an injury to Alex Smith and kept his team competitive Sunday but threw two interceptions in the 20-15 loss to Seattle.
Haskins was a first-round pick in the 2019 draft but struggled as a rookie with seven touchdowns, seven interceptions and just 151.7 yards per game across nine appearances.
After beginning the 2020 season as the starter, the quarterback was benched in Week 5 following the team's 1-3 start. Smith and Kyle Allen both got turns leading the offense while Haskins remained inactive until injuries put him back on the field.
The 23-year-old has now put his future in jeopardy with his off-field actions, although Washington reportedly has no plans to release him, per Pelissero.