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15 Women Have Accused Redskins Employees of Sexual Harassment and Verbal Abuse

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SJ - July 16, 2020

Rumors of a bombshell report from the Washington Post concerning issues with the Redskins' front office circulated for days.  On Thursday evening the report dropped and only contained a fraction of what was being speculated on social media.

In the article 15 female former employees accused Redskins employees of sexual harassment and verbal abuse.  The team has already parted ways with three employees.

The team fired Director of Pro Personnel Alex Santos and assistant Richard Mann II over the weekend and on Wednesday broadcaster Larry Michael announced his retirement.

It definitely isn't great news for the Redskins organization (or whatever they're going to be called), but it isn't nearly as bad as the rumors that circulated on social media over the last few days.

There were rumors of paying off referees, elicit drug use, the pimping out of cheerleaders and even a love triangle involving former head coach Jay Gruden, a female employee and a player that led to Alex Smith's devastating leg injury.

The NFL will punish the Redskins, but unfortunately for fans, owner Daniel Snyder won't likely be forced to sell the team.

Who knew finding a new nickname would be the least of their problems?



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