Oct 20, 2022
The fate of the Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder dominated the reports of the N.F.L. owners’ meeting in Manhattan on Tuesday, after the Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay broke ranks with his peers and told reporters there was merit to forcing Snyder to sell his team.
Commissioner Roger Goodell admonished the owners not to speculate on Snyder, whose franchise has been the focus of two league investigations and inquiries by a congressional committee and two attorneys general, until the league’s investigation is complete. Goodell said there was no timeline for its conclusion.
In a statement, a Commanders representative said Snyder had no intention of selling the team.
Despite the attention paid to Snyder, he was not formally discussed at the league’s meeting, which he did not attend.
Source: The New York Times