Stephen A. Smith slammed Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder after he was accused of running a toxic work culture. There are also allegations that Snyder leaked e-mails that led to the firing of Jon Gruden.
The final report of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform says he “permitted and participated” in the team’s longtime toxic work culture and obstructed a 14-month congressional inquiry.
Smith is not a fan.
“As it pertains to Daniel Snyder, I don’t know him very well,” Smith said. “I’ve met him on several occasions, I’ve always been fond of talking with him. This is really bad and there is no question he should no longer be an owner of a National Football League team. He has to go.”
Smith also says the team is failing.
“The Washington Football Team has won three playoff games in 30 years. The last time they won a playoff game was in 2005. They’ve only been to the playoffs three times since 2005. It has been an embarrassment.”
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