D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has been investigating owner Dan Snyder and the Washington Commanders since last year, per the Washington Post. Tens of thousands of documents have been reviewed, and countless people have been interviewed. Now, a press release has been released detailing a Major Announcement tomorrow regarding Dan Snyder and the Washington Commanders. The Washington Post has been speaking with a person close to the investigation. According to them, Racine and his team “are moving full steam ahead,” adding: “Dan Snyder, the Commanders, and the NFL will soon face accountability for their actions. … Snyder will no longer be able to dodge subpoenas or avoid testifying or answering questions.”
DC Attorney General to hold Press Conference tomorrow regarding Washington Commanders
Snyder has been under fire recently for alleged comments and actions
Snyder recently came under fire for allegedly hiring private investigators to dig up dirt on other NFL owners, including NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Snyder and the team have come out strongly against the reports.
Snyder reportedly said, “The NFL is a mafia” and “All the owners hate each other.”
The Washington Commanders spokespeople are towing the company line, denying all allegations saying it’s “simply ridiculous and utterly false” that Dan Snyder ever said that he could blow up the league or that the league “can’t f—” with him or that “the NFL is a mafia” or “all owners hate each other.” — ESPN
Snyder responded directly to the accusations with a statement, as seen below.