NFL Hires Investigator Who Probed Jerry Richardson to Investigate Snyder and Commanders

NFL: Washington Football Team-Press Conference
Feb 2, 2022; Landover, MD, USA; Washington Commanders co-owner Dan Snyder speaks as co-owner Tanya Snyder (L) listens during a press conference revealing the Commanders as the new name for the formerly named Washington Football Team at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

NFL announces it has hired former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White to conduct the investigation into the allegations against Dan Snyder. The allegations were first made in a House Oversight Committee roundtable.

White previously worked with the league on the Ezekiel Elliott investigation and oversaw the bounty investigations for the New Orleans Saints.

She also led the investigation into the allegations against former Panthers owner Jerry Richardson of workplace misconduct, including sexual harassment and a racial slur. After the investigation, Richardson was forced to sell his team.

Despite past announcements, the NFL will publicly release the written report. After the report is released, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will determine any further actions to be taken by the league against the Commanders.

Mark Maske first reported this here.