BOMBSHELL REPORT RELEASED: More Than A Dozen Former Washington Employees Were Claim They Were Allegedly Sexually Harassed

The much anticipated bombshell report from The Washington Post exposing the Washington (formerly known as the Redskins) football team as been released, and it details widespread sexual harassment that went on within the organization.

The report details stories from more than 15 different women who say they were sexually harassed while working for the team. Amoung the employees that are apart of the accusation is Larry Michael, the team’s radio announcer, who out of nowhere, announced he was leaving the team earlier this week.

In addition, the article cites that two front office employees who were recently fired by the team — director of pro personnel Alex Santos, and assistant director of pro personnel Richard Man II.

According to The Washington Post, team owner Daniel Snyder refused to be interviewed for the report.


This latest scandal will only lead to more and louder chants of Snyder to sell the team as the fanbase and much of the league is fed up with him and his incompetency.