If he's released, it's not a big deal IMO. He was a 6th round draft pick in 2013 and at the time he was worth taking a shot on. He's the classic low-risk/high-reward type of prospect but obviously he's not really that bright if he's driving with a suspended license. They might give him one more chance, because after all, they did give Evan Rodriguez an opportunity before he made a 2nd error in judgement 2-3 months in between. If they gave Rodriguez one chance, then I'd say Washington will have an opportunity. I don't think he'll be released.
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