Former Eagles Player Orlando Scandrick Denies Allegations He ‘Dry Snitched’ On Former Teammate

Former Eagles Player Orlando Scandrick Denies Allegations He ‘Dry Snitched’ On Former Teammate

Former Philadelphia Eagles player, Orlando Scandrick made his returned to Fox Sports’s ‘Undisputed,’ to discuss both his former teams with co-host Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless. During their segment Monday (Dec. 30th), Scandrick spoke candidly about the final weeks of the season, which ended with the Eagles in the playoffs and the Cowboys watching from home. He begins,

“The Cowboys and the Eagles are two organizations going in complete total opposite directions.”

“I was wrong. I didn’t see this coming at all. I hope they get it figured out in Dallas. I’m a little concerned.”

As their discussion continues, Skip gave the former Eagles player credit, stating he

 “re-lit a fire in it the Eagles locker room.”

Although, the FS1 host also called out Orlando Scandrick and accused him of “dry snitching,” after being cut from the organization and slamming his former team in October.

In response, Orlando Scandrick says he was only giving his honest opinion,

”How do you dry snitch on an opinion? I didn’t say when I was in there X, Y, and Z was doing X, Y, and Z and this person was doing that.”

During his first visit, Scandrick started by touching on his release while slamming the Eagles’ general manager Howie Roseman.

“[My release] felt kind of scapegoat-ish…The problem in Philadelphia is much, much bigger than me. There are some accountability issues there, and it starts from the top.”

In addition, the NFL free agent then went on to hint at locker room turmoil, spawning from a false sense of confidence:

“Let’s just say, where there’s smoke, there’s fire. That locker room is different. I’d tell guys when I came there that I felt like they were still living off that Super Bowl high. It’s over. They’re living in the past.”

Lastly, he took shots at Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins:

“There’s some selfish people in that defense, though…I think Rasul Douglas – he’s a good friend of mine – I think he took some unwanted heat for some blown coverages on some other people’s selfish play. And we don’t even have to say names. They know who they are

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Authored by: Gregory Molette