REPORT: Daniel Snyder Likely To Lose Washington Commanders If Latest Ticket Revenue Allegations Are True

Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Daniel Snyder has been the Washington Commanders owner since 1999, but that may be changing soon.

As the scandals Snyder has been apart of and is currently apart of continue to pile up, there is growing speculation that Snyder could be ousted as owner by the National Football League.

The latest allegations involve financial impropriety by the Washington Commanders in which the team withheld ticket revenue from the National Football League.

A.J. Perez of reported on Saturday night that Congress is investigating claims of the team potentially withholding money that should have been surrendered to the league’s visiting-team pool. This could be the final nail in the coffin for Snyder.


Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio is hearing that this could be it for Snyder.

“As a league source with knowledge of the dynamics among owners told PFT, this would become Snyder’s “death knell” as an owner, if it’s proven to be true,” he reported.

In addition to the Congressional investigation, the Commanders are also on their second NFL investigation over allegations of workplace sexual misconduct after a former cheerleader accused Snyder of harassing her before the committee.