The troubling news may be brewing for Daniel Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins, in an alleged expose that is set to be released this week.
The Washington Redskins, who are dealing with the current controversy regarding their name and the decade-long refusal to consider changing it, may have bigger problems ahead.
In May 1999, Snyder purchased the Redskins and Jack Kent Cooke Stadium (now FedExField) for $800 million following the death of previous owner Jack Kent Cooke. Since then.the Redskins have been known to “win the offseason” with high-priced free agents and flashy coaching hires. Those investments have not yet translated to winning results on the field.
Rumors are swirling on Twitter that the Washington Post is working on a piece that will expose a huge scandal that could force Snyder into selling the team.
Speculation is growing. In 2018 a report came out of cheerleader mistreatment on a trip to Costa Rica, and all reports indicate that this report contains even more damaging information for Snyder.
Twitter speculation has Snyder with some nefarious ties to the late Jeffrey Epstein.
Snyder is the majority owner of the Washington Redskins. Pending the release of the alleged expose, all information presented here remains purely speculative.