The NFL’s investigation into Washington Commanders proprietor Dan Snyder remains to be ongoing, and his standing stays unchanged.
League govt Jeff Miller stated Wednesday there is not any timeline for completion of Mary Jo White’s investigation, which incorporates new allegations stemming from a congressional committee probe into the group’s historical past of office misconduct.
When former workers of Washington’s NFL group first complained in 2020 about rampant sexual harassment by group executives, the group employed lawyer Beth Wilkinson’s agency to research. The league took over that probe and Wilkinson reported her findings to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
The NFL fined Snyder $10 million and he quickly ceded day-to-day operations of the franchise to his spouse, Tanya. Wilkinson’s findings haven’t been launched publicly, and leaders of the Home Committee on Oversight and Reform have pressed the league to show over particulars of that probe.
“The Commissioner stated it. I believe this stays the established order, then he’ll have a dialogue with Dan on the acceptable time. And once more, these findings have not been made to us but,” stated Miller, the NFL’s govt vp communications, public affairs & coverage.
In July, Snyder testified earlier than the U.S. Home Committee on Oversight for greater than 10 hours in a deposition carried out just about and in non-public.
Snyder testified a month after Goodell appeared earlier than the committee by way of Zoom to debate the Washington group’s office tradition and the league’s investigation into it. Snyder was invited to testify on the identical listening to and, by way of a lawyer, declined.
The committee launched this investigation final 12 months after the league didn’t launch a written report of Wilkinson’s findings.