The Washington Commanders and the New York Giants were unable to use showers as intended postgame Sunday due to an issue with the water at FedEx Field. Here’s what you need to know:
- After the Giants wrapped up a 31-19 win against the Commanders, players from both teams discovered that there was minimal water pressure and cold water only in the locker room showers.
- A team official said it was due to an “equipment failure in the main water heater.”
- “We can’t resolve the matter without completely shutting off the water to the stadium, which is why it couldn’t be repaired in game,” the official said.
Team official: “We had an equipment failure in the main water heater that provides hot water to the field level locker rooms. We can’t resolve the matter without completely shutting off the water to the stadium, which is why it couldn’t be repaired in game.” https://t.co/qQUJzedScG
— Ben Standig (@BenStandig) November 19, 2023
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