I'd like the answer please Wife of Washington GM accuses ESPN reporter of oral sex for scoops, later apologizes BY Stephen Lorenzo NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 10:26 PM Comcast Sportsnet Washington GM Scot McCloughan's (r.) wife Jessica (l.) stirs more controversy around the team with a tweet sent to an ESPN reporter on how she gets her stories. The NFL season hasn't started yet, but Washington is already first place when it comes to being a circus act. On Wednesday, the wife of Washington general manager Scot McCloughan posted a disparaging remark about ESPN reporter Dianna Russini on Twitter. Jessica McCloughan apparently took exception to a report from Russini, which said there were disagreements within the organization about whether or not to move on from quarterback Robert Griffin III. "Please tell us how many BJ'S you had to give to get this story. And did they laugh at you before or after?" the tweet from Jessica McCloughan read. The tweet was later deleted and, initially, the team insisted that it was sent by a fake account. Later on, however, an apology was issued by McCloughan through the organization. The tweet Jessica McCloughan sent to ESPN reporter Dianna Russini. FOLLOW DAILY NEWS SPORTS ON FACEBOOK. "LIKE" US HERE "I deeply apologize for the disparaging remarks about an ESPN reporter on my personal Twitter account," the statement obtained by ProFootball Talk read. "The comment was unfounded and inappropriate, and I have the utmost respect for both the reporter and ESPN. I regret that my actions have brought undeserved negative attention to the (Washington) organization and its leadership. My comments in no way reflect the opinions or attitudes of the organization and I regret that my behavior has in any way negatively impacted the team and its loyal fan base." ESPN responded with their own statement. "Dianna is an excellent reporter who should never have to be subjected to such vulgar comments," the network said. "We are obviously extremely disappointed by today's developments." WRC ESPN''s Dianna Russini. Washington recently announced that Kirk Cousins would be the starting quarterback over Griffin, their former Rookie of the Year. The team shipped six picks to the Rams in 2012 to take Griffin with the second overall pick behind Andrew Luck. Injuries have certainly derailed Griffin's career, but many have questioned whether the organization's handling of the young quarterback has also helped him turn into a proverbial "bust." The organization has had its share of bad press for years, due to their bottom dwelling records and their inappropriate logo.