Another game, another embarrassment, and the Redskins at 3-8 took another step toward a disastrous end.
New allegation comes in addition to Williams being accused of using a profanity and a racial slur during the Nov. 17 game at umpire Roy Ellison, which Williams has denied.
League's one-game suspension for using profanity at Redskins lineman Trent Williams remains in place this weekend.
The group also intends to file an immediate grievance on behalf of umpire Roy Ellison.
'The thing I’m hoping is that the truth will come out that Trent did curse him and did use the N-word at him,' says John Wooten of the Fritz Pollard Alliance.
Umpire Roy Ellison suspended without pay for "profane [and] derogatory" statement.
League's review continues and it's unclear if disciplinary action against the official is under consideration.
Diversity group calls on NFL players 'to stop using the "N" word, especially after recent incidents in Washington and Miami.'
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan spoke to the NFL’s vice president of officiating about Trent Williams’s incident involving official Roy Ellison.
No timetable given for completion of league's review.