Dan Snyder is as good as gone at this point.
Daniel Snyder, owner of the Washington Commanders, “permitted and participated” in a toxic work environment within the franchise, according to the 79-page report from the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform released Dec. 8.
Snyder obstructed a congressional inquiry that went on for 14 months after avoiding a subpoena and attempting to intimidate and dissuade witnesses from taking part in the investigation, according to the report. While testifying, Snyder claimed more than 100 times that he couldn’t recall the answers to questions he received, the report continued.
The committee also slammed the National Football League (NFL), saying the league complied with Snyder’s actions by also being uncooperative with the investigation, according to the report. The documents claim the NFL buried a probe into the Washington Commanders’ workplace that took place in 2020 and 2021. The results of the investigation, which was led by attorney Beth Wilkinson, were never released in their entirety, according to ESPN.
House Oversight Committee concludes investigation into Commanders workplace culture and Dan Snyder: “sexual
harassment, bullying, and other toxic conduct pervaded the workplace at the Washington
Commanders and were perpetuated by a culture of fear instilled by the Team’s owner.” pic.twitter.com/7Ek0wBQqYV
— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) December 8, 2022
Congress issued a 79-page report into Dan Snyder and the Commanders.
If you’re looking for the bombshell it’s on Page 42. The report states that the Washington Commanders leaked the Jon Gruden emails that resulted in his resignation. “It came out of their side.” pic.twitter.com/TYLoASmhYP
— Dan Lust, Esq. 🎙 (@SportsLawLust) December 8, 2022
Devastating report for Dan Snyder, a fantastic one for the good ol’ people of the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia).
This might be the nail in the coffin we all need to finally get rid of Snyder as the owner of the Washington Redskins — I refuse to call them the Commanders. The “Redskins” was and always will be a sexy brand. I could go on a rant about that in itself, and that’s just one of the things that I hold against Danny boy.
So, now that we have all of this out on the table, can we finally get rid of this guy? (RELATED: The Media Has Been Claiming All Day That Justin Herbert Is Pure Greatness, But The Numbers Say Otherwise)
He’s surely got to be good as gone at this point, right?
Roger Goodell, I’m just saying: you could make up for this entire thing by forcing this clown out.
I’m sure you’ll get right on that.