The Washington Commanders continue to draw heat off the field. In honor of the franchise's 90th anniversary, Washington is adding to its list of greatest players in team history with 10 additional members to be voted into the “90 Greatest list”. However, a couple of rather conspicuous omissions from the ballot sparked outrage from the fan base.

The list initially did not include celebrated left tackle Trent Williams and quarterback Robert Griffin III. The team eventually rectified the situation and added them onto the ballot, via their post on Twitter:

It wasn't the only blunder they had on the Commanders' initial list, as the ballot had misspelled the names of a few all-time greats that were already included. A quick Google search could easily help avoid these problems, guys.

The Robert Griffin III exclusion isn't the most egregious given that his highest point was his spectacular rookie season that ended in a Wild Card exit. Injuries derailed RG3 from ever building on that promising campaign and adding to his legacy in Washington.

The Trent Williams omission seemed much more intentional given just how impactful he was during his nine-year run with the team. He was widely regarded was one of the best at his position throughout his tenure, getting selected to the Pro Bowl seven straight times before departing for the San Francisco 49ers in 2020.

However, after a major falling out due to medical concerns led to a bitter Williams's bitter exit from the franchise, many felt that more off field issues ultimately led to the initial snub.