Redskins Dwayne Haskins: ‘Satan’s Biggest Fear is for You to Become Everything God Created You to Be’

By Staff | August 8, 2019 | 5:01pm EDT
Dwayne Haskins (Redskins photo)

Redskins rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins—who will be playing his first NFL preseason game tonight—retweeted a tweet by Ray Lewis on Wednesday advising people: “Stay in Faith.”

The tweet by Lewis that Haskins retweeted featured a graphic that said: “Satan’s Biggest Fear Is For You To Become Everything That God Created You To Be.”

Above this graphic, Lewis said: “When you’re in doubt, look to what God says He has planned for your life. Don’t stray from that. Stay focused. Stay consistent. Stay in Faith.

Haskins played high school football at the Bullis School in Potomac, Md., a suburb of Washington, D.C., then went to Ohio State. In only his sophomore year of eligibility—and his third at Ohio State—he finished third in the voting for the Heisman.

Rather than continue at Ohio State, he declared for this year’s NFL draft and the Redskins picked him in the first round. Tonight, he will be starting in his first professional game for his hometown NFL team.

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