Dan Snyder and the Josh Harris-led group had a deal. It would be $6 billion for the Washington Commanders. All that's needed is for the league to say OK. And so the big question at the NFL owners’ meeting this week: When will this deal finally get approval?
AJ Perez of Front Office Sports joined Craig Hoffman from the league's meetings in Minnesota to provide insight on what could be the major issues that are keeping Snyder in charge of the team for a little bit longer. And those issues involve the way the Harris group has structured the deal, the number of limited partners in the deal, the potential for conditional approval, what the vote will look like, and a July 4 date and what that means. And a big question for Perez and Hoffman: Does the league realize how frustrated fans are with the speed of the process?
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