An attorney for 20 former Washington Football Team employees said her clients want the organization to have “accountability and change” and said that won’t happen until owner Dan Snyder has been removed.
Lisa Banks told ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap on Outside the Lines that the issues reported in two Washington Post stories this summer have been ongoing for two decades under Snyder.
“Well, it’s certainly not about making a hire or changing a policy,” Banks told Schaap. “The tone, the culture comes from the top. And here, I don’t see us having meaningful change without a change in ownership.”