Dan Snyder’s intention to sell the Washington Commanders was made even more apparent after his latest move.
Rumors of the under-fire owner preparing to accept bids for the franchise haven’t died down, and his no-show at their home game on Sunday will do little to quell the talk. The Commanders played a must-win fixture against the Cleveland Browns on the day and are now out of the playoffs, having lost, while the Green bay Packers’ win over the Minnesota Vikings drove the final nail through the coffin.
Per The Washington Wrap’s Chad Ryan, Dan and his wife Tanya were both absent.
“I have now confirmed that neither Dan or Tanya Snyder attended yesterday’s game, and we’re not there to receive the original Hogs at their half-time ceremony,” Ryan wrote.
This seems to be indication enough as it pertains to Snyder’s intention. Missing a game of such importance suggests the businessman couldn’t care less about the team.
Fans would probably be more concerned if he did care, though. Most of them will be glad to see his back should he sell, as expected.
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