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Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder reportedly does not want the NFL to make public the findings from an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct made by former cheerleader Tiffani Johnston.
According to Don Van Natta Jr. and ESPN’s Seth Wickersham, Snyder and his lawyers lobbied the league to limit the release of the investigation conducted by former Securities and Exchange Commission chair Mary Jo White.
A source close to Snyder told Van Natta and Wickersham that Snyder’s chances of burying the report “are about the same as his chances of trading for Patrick Mahomes.”
In a statement provided to ESPN, a Commanders spokesperson called the story “completely false and an obvious fabrication by someone who has no real knowledge of the matter.”
This article will be updated soon to provide more information and analysis.
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