After 39 years with the San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers, the franchise decides to part ways with their equipment manager, Bob Wick.
#Chargers waited until training camp ended to blow out equipment manager Bob Wick, who made move from SD. Was with team for 39 years.— Bernie Wilson (@berniewilson) August 24, 2017
Eric Weddle, a former Charger, who has clearly voiced his opinion about his disdain for the club took to twitter with his disappointment.
Unreal— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) August 24, 2017
Later on, another former Charger, Antonio Cromartie was unhappy, and Weddle posted another response.
Sucks for him and his family bro. Man.— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) August 24, 2017
Eric Weddle has been on the receiving end of the Chargers ridiculousness personally, back in 2015 he was fined $10,000 for watching his daughter perform at halftime.
This isn’t the worst of it, as Weddle was kicked to the curb by the Chargers organization. From CBS Sports’, John Reed,
"I never did one thing wrong. Never was late to a meeting. Never was fined. Never refused to do a charity function for them. Never didn't sacrifice," Weddle said. "I was a leader, a captain, an All-Pro. And they showed me the door. I'm as loyal as anyone and will do anything for people I respect. But if you don't give that back to me in return, you're dead to me. So I could never go back to that place after what they put me through."
It’s clear as to why Weddle recruits players to the Ravens. After coming from an organization with zero loyalty, he lands with one of the best teams in the league in terms of camaraderie. He loves this organization and wholeheartedly believes in their principles. The love, the teammwork, the ferocity, all of it. The Ravens are a team known for their front office and their locker room brotherhood.