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Commanders Owner Daniel Snyder Exploring Options To Sell Team, per Report

Commanders owner Dan Snyder.

Just a month ago, Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder told associates that he wouldn't lose his team without a fight that would "end with multiple casualties." 

Today, in a shocking turn of events, it appears Snyder and the Commanders' ownership team has hired Bank of America in order to explore options related to selling the troubled franchise. 

"News: Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder has reportedly hired Bank of America to explore all team sales options, including selling the entire franchise," Mark Burns of Morning Consult reported Wednesday.

In a statement released by Washington's ownership team this morning, the Commanders said that "the Snyders remain committed to the team, all of its employees and its countless fans to putting the best product on the field and continuing the work to set the gold standard for workplaces in the NFL."

The Washington franchise have seen multiple investigations take place regarding workplace culture over the last several years, causing fans and those in NFL circles to urge Snyder to sell the team. 

While Snyder continues to investigate options related to selling the team, Washington will take on the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday.