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“For more than twenty years, employees of the Washington Football Team were subjected to sexual harassment, verbal abuse, and other misconduct,” said Committee Chairwoman Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) in a statement. “It is becoming increasingly clear that not only did the team fail to protect employees, but the NFL went to great lengths to prevent the truth about this toxic work environment from coming to light."

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52 minutes ago, AFlaccoSeagulls said:

Narrator: "It won't"



*cough* bull**** *cough*


The documents released Friday by the committee were provided by the NFL as part of the league's response to the congressional investigation into what the committee calls a decades-long toxic work environment under Snyder's tenure.

"This morning, we released two key documents: the first shows Wilkinson was hired to write a report, but as we know, NFL changed that plan," Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Illinois) said in a statement Friday. "The second shows the Commanders and NFL agreed to pursue a 'joint legal strategy,' raising serious doubts about NFL's commitment to independence and transparency in investigating the Commanders. We will continue to investigate, get answers, provide accountability for these victims and workers across America."


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