Nelson Agholor told Raiders teammates that they “sucked” after the loss of week 16: report

At one point during the 2020 NFL season, things clicked for Las Vegas Raiders. The team was 6-3 after ten weeks and in search of a playoff spot.

The Raiders were not even out in the AFC West Division race because the team had disturbed the possible back-to-back AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs in week 5 of the season. The team played poorly down the stretch and went 2-5 in their last seven games, finished 8-8 and barely missed the playoffs.

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After the team lost against Miami Dolphins in Week 16, Raider’s wide receiver Nelson Agholor had reportedly not had it with any of his teammates. The Raiders allowed the Dolphins to enter the field goal area in the final 22 seconds of the game and Jason Sanders won it with a 44-yard field goal.

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Nelson Agholor, left, celebrates with quarterback Derek Carr after receiving a 59-yard touchdown pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, October 11, 2020 in Kansas City.  (AP Photo / Charlie Riedel)

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Nelson Agholor, left, celebrates with quarterback Derek Carr after receiving a 59-yard touchdown pass during the first half of an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, October 11, 2020 in Kansas City. (AP Photo / Charlie Riedel)

Agholor, who had five catches on 155 yards and a touchdown in the game, stormed into the locker room after the game and told his teammates that they “sucked”. Athletics reported Thursday.

According to The Athletic, Agholor told his teammates that they were “selfish and did not work hard enough.” He reportedly criticized “the lack of accountability.”

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The outlet noted that the word “liability” lingered in the locker room after Las Vegas’ loss of Week 17. Linebacker Nicholas Murrow told reporters that the team needed to be “more responsible” and coach Jon Gruden said the team needed to be more “detailed”, especially in the defense.

General manager Mike Mayock also spoke about accountability on Wednesday.

“The whole team must be responsible and self-aware,” he said via the team’s website. “And it’s starting with me. I have to do a better job. We worked out some guys last year that were position changes and it might not be fair in a COVID-19 year.”

He also criticized the lack of production from the beginners he developed.

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Agholor finished his first season in Las Vegas with 48 catches for a career-high 896 yards and eight touchdowns. The Raiders finished 8-8.

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