Details of the 2009 sexual assault case against Dan Snyder were revealed via a Washington Post report on Tuesday night, and one former Commanders safety responded to the report with some strong words to the owner of his former team.
Su’a Cravens, a second-round pick by Washington in the 2016 NFL Draft, took to Twitter to make his thoughts about Snyder known.
“I can’t wait until this poor excuse for a human being is forced to sell his team!” Cravens wrote. “He’s ruined so many careers and made life difficult for so many that did no wrong. Karma really comes full circle. The funds of the wicked will be transferred to the righteous!”
Cravens played in 11 games as a rookie with Washington in 2016, but a week before his sophomore season, he said he planned on retiring. He went on to receive treatment for post-concussion syndrome before being traded to the Broncos in 2018. That was his last season in the NFL.
He later claimed via Twitter that Washington had withheld insurance money while he was injured.