NFL approves Commanders sale to Josh Harris-led group

NFL approves Commanders sale to Josh Harris-led group

NFL owners unanimously approved Josh Harris and his ownership group’s purchase of the Washington Commanders from Dan Snyder at Thursday’s league meeting in Minnesota, commissioner Roger Goodell announced.

The league also released the findings of an independent investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and financial improprieties Thursday. Snyder will pay $60 million to the league to resolve the case.

The Commanders reportedly sold for $6.05 billion, breaking the record for the most expensive acquisition of a U.S. sports franchise. The Rob Walton-led group that paid $4.65 billion for the Denver Broncos in 2022 held the previous mark.

“Josh will be a great addition to the NFL. He has a remarkable record in business, sports, and in his communities,” Goodell


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