A former offensive lineman with the Washington Redskins says the front office is to blame for a majority of leaks to the media.
This week it was reported that multiple offensive players were grumbling about Kirk Cousins.
Tyler Polumbus said on his podcast that there's a culture of leaking information to the media in Washington.
"You know what the problem is? The front office out there doesn’t set the standard," Polumbus said. "I honestly feel like 70 percent of the leaks come from the front office out there. So then a guy comes out and starts complaining behind the scenes [that] a player does it and it's like, 'Well, what are you gonna do? Because we all know that half the leaks are coming from the front office, so maybe you guys can shut your mouth up there and we'll shut our mouth down here.'"
Polumbus, 31, played for the Redskins from 2011 to 2014.