Things are getting ugly between the San Diego Chargers and safety Eric Weddle.
Earlier today, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported that San Diego Chargers star safety Eric Weddle was fined $10,000 by the team for staying on the field to watch his daughter perform during the Chargers-Dolphins halftime show on week 15.
Weddle’s agent, David Cantor, was angry about the situation and decided to call out the Chargers on Twitter.
Canter added that Weddle was later placed on injured reserve and was told he couldn’t travel with the team for the Chargers final game against the Denver Broncos because the plane was “too small.”
It’s safe to say that Weddle’s won’t be returning in a Chargers uniform next season.