This Sunday, the Washington Redskins played a key divisional game against the rival Dallas Cowboys. They are going into the must-win matchup with a banged-up offensive line. Now, they are also going into the game with some drama. On Saturday, Mason Foster took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the team. Meanwhile, his teammate Terrelle Pryor took to Instagram to apologize to the team and their fans.

Mason Foster voices displeasure with team

On Friday, it was announced that Washington Redskins starting linebacker Mason Foster was having season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. Foster played for several weeks with the injury before electing to have surgery on it.

Early on Saturday morning, he sent out a series of tweets expressing his displeasure with the organization's front office.

Foster's beef seems to be with just the front office.

When asked, he clarified that his coaches, doctors, and trainers were amazing and some of the best that he has ever had. His reference to “Scot” in his tweets likely refers to former general manager Scot McCloughan, who the team fired in March and has not replaced.

A source told ESPN that the situation reminded Foster of his last season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when he injured his shoulder and did not get reassigned.

Later that morning he did meet with team president Bruce Allen and subsequently sent out the following tweet.

Terrelle Pryor apologizes to teammates and fans

Washington Redskins wide receiver Terrelle Pryor apologized on Saturday morning to his fellow teammates and fans for his inconsistency and lack of on-field focus so far this season.

According to Scott Allen of the Washington Post, Pryor posted via his Instagram story that “a lot of stress brought onto myself from loss of focus on the field...not personal life but at work reasons. Ready to be the beast I know I am.”

Pryor only played one snap in the first half of the team's Monday night loss to the Philadelphia Eagles but played 29 snaps in the second half. On Tuesday, head coach John Gruden said that he would go with the “hot hand” between Pryor and 2016 first-round pick Josh Doctson. Both players mainly play the X position, so they usually are not on the field at the same time.

This offseason Pryor signed a one-year, $6 million contract with the Redskins. In 2016 with the Cleveland Browns, he recorded 77 catches for a 1,007-yards and four touchdowns. Through six games this year he only has 18 catches for 223 yards and one touchdown.