If owners are indeed “counting votes” for a possible ouster of Daniel Snyder, Roger Goodell is unaware.
The NFL commissioner was asked about a report over the weekend at a league meeting on Tuesday if owners really were trying to force the sale of the Washington Commanders from Snyder.
“I’m not aware of that at all,” Goodell said, per ProFootballTalk.
The report, from USA Today, cited multiple unnamed owners who seemed to suggest that they have become tired of putting up with Snyder, particularly amid his latest controversy surrounding an FTC investigation as to whether the team was committing fraudulent bookkeeping and withholding revenue that was meant to be shared with the league.
The NFL would need three-fourths of the owners to agree on forcing Snyder to sell.
Goodell cautioned that the investigations should conclude in its entirety before any such vote occurs.
“Let’s wait and get the facts,” he said.