Former Washington QB comments on commander’s sale

A view of Washington Commanders' helmets on display during a press conference to introduce quarterback Carson Wentz at the Innova Sports Performance Center on March 17, 2022 in Ashburn, Virginia.
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For years, many people around the NFL have complained about what seems like a toxic work culture in the Washington Commander’s organization, and that toxic culture appears to flow from owner Dan Snyder.

But a group led by Josh Harris, an entrepreneur native to the Washington, D.C. area, has reached a preliminary agreement to buy the Commanders from Snyder, and people across the region are excited that maybe it could start a new era. Team.

Former Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III said that if the sale goes through, it will “help remove a dark cloud from the organization.”

Snyder initially became the team’s owner in 1999 when he purchased them following the death of their previous owner, Jack Kent Cooke.

Under Cook’s leadership, the team, then known as the Redskins, won three Super Bowls in the late 1980s and early 1990s and was considered a major NFL franchise, if not a dominant one.

But with Snyder, they’ve made the playoffs just six times and fallen into long-term mediocrity.

Of course, the main complaint about Snyder has been alleged incidents of bullying and intimidation, including multiple allegations of sexual assault.

It’s a toxic culture of bigotry throughout the league, which most recently came to light after the Jon Gruden incident with Las Vegas Raiders and former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores alleging racial discrimination.

Harris is already part of the groups that own the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, and although he has reached a preliminary agreement, it is a non-exclusive one, meaning that no other person or group can make another offer. Can swoop in with.

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