Clay Travis: “In my prior life, I was a lawyer who investigated sexual harassment claims. I would come into a company when somebody made a sexual harassment claim, and interview everybody and write up a report for the company to try and figure out whether or not it was actually true. What I look at from the Washington Redskins perspective is that it appears that the five people who were involved with the Redskins are no longer there, and that Dan Snyder is not directly connected to any misbehavior… If that appears to be the case, then I don’t see how the NFL is going to be able to force out Dan Snyder… If you look at what happened with Mark Cuban, the NBA allowed Mark Cuban to keep his team despite what was an infinitely worse situation inside the Mavericks. This is not analogous to the Jerry Richardson situation with the Carolina Panthers because Jerry Richardson’s behavior himself was involved. I think what is going to happen here is Dan Snyder is going to have to clean house, but ultimately he is going to continue to own this team as we go forward.” (Full Segment Above. More Audio Below)
Listen to Clay Travis, a former lawyer who worked in sexual harassment cases in the workplace, explain why he doesn’t believe Redskins owner Daniel Snyder will face any severe penalties from the NFL despite his Washington football team being the backdrop of a scandalous Washington Post probe detailing a toxic culture of sexism and sexual harassment.
Check out the video above as Clay details why former Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson’s case should not hold any precedence towards Snyder’s fate.