Robert Griffin III is not happy with the results of the suspension and fine that Deshaun watson received.

On Thursday, the NFL and the NFL Players Association reached a settlement in the Deshaun Watson disciplinary matter, agreeing that the Cleveland Browns quarterback will serve an 11-game suspension without pay after he was accused by more than two dozen women of sexual misconduct during massage sessions. Watson will also pay a fine of $5 million and undergo mandatory evaluation by behavioral experts and follow their suggested treatment program.

None of that was enough for former QB Robert Griffin III who took to Twitter and blasted the league for not learning a thing from its ‘ugly past.’

“The NFL had an opportunity to show it had learned from its ugly history on standing up for Women with this Deshaun Watson case and IT FAILED. 11 games and a 5 million dollar fine doesn’t fit what he was accused of doing and found to have done by Judge Sue L. Robinson. Sickening.”