Daniel Snyder is very petty.
As Snyder continues his effort to sell the Commanders, The Athletic reports that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos “has been barred” from bidding on the team. The reports adds that Snyder is holding out for a $6 billion bid for the franchise, Bank of America–which has been guiding the current Washington owner through various potential sale options–has told Bezos he will not be allowed to submit a bid of his own:
The reason for Snyder’s animosity towards Bezos stems from the fact that he’s the owner of the Washington Post, which has previously reported multiple stories on the “toxic workplace culture” under Snyder.
Earlier this week, the Washington Post reported that Bezos hired Allen & Company investment firm in order to evaluate a potential bid for the franchise.
Bezos, who has a net worth of around $126.3 billion and is the world’s third-richest person, per Forbes, was reportedly not allowed entry to the private auction for the sale of the Commanders.