Dan Snyder's attorney disputes report that owner needs approval to resume role with WFT
27 days ago - By Yardbarker
A Washington Post report Thursday night indicated Dan Snyder will not be permitted to return to a day-to-day role running the team until he receives approval from Roger Goodell, but Snyder's attorney disputes this.
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Ex-Washington Football Team employees ‘physically ill' over NFL ruling: lawyer
27 days ago - By New York Post
An attorney representing more than 40 former employees of the Washington Football Team said the NFL's lack of transparency regarding the investigation into the team's toxic workplace culture that resulted in a $10 million fine is unacceptable. Moreover, it has left many of her clients “physically ill.” “I think it's outrageous,” attorney Lisa Banks said...
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Dan Snyder's statement on toxic Washington Football Team culture lacks accountability and responsibility
27 days ago - By FanSided
After his team was fined for fostering a toxic workplace culture, Dan Snyder's comments lacked true remorse, accountability, and responsibility for doing his job. The Washington Football Team was fined $10 million Thursday for fostering a toxic workplace culture where bullying, sexual harassment and intimidation were commonplace amongst the organization. The fine results from an...
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