By Lewis Gould
The House Oversight Committee has accepted Commanders owner Daniel Snyder’s offer to testify via video conference before the committee in late July, according to a letter sent from the committee to Snyder’s attorney, The Athletic is reporting.
“You indicated in your July 7 letter that he is available on July 28. The Committee accepts your offer for Mr. Snyder to testify on the subjects under investigation by the Committee on July 28,” the letter reads.
Earlier this month, Snyder’s attorney, Karen Patton Seymour, sent a letter to Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney offering two dates, July 28 or 29, for Snyder to appear and discuss the team’s workplace culture. The committee had previously asked for Snyder to be interviewed on July 6 or 8.
“Mr. Snyder’s attorneys are reviewing the Committee’s letter to determine if their due process concerns, including the circumstances of Mr. Snyder’s appearance, have adequately been addressed,” a spokesperson for Snyder said.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell testified via video conference in front of the committee in June about the allegations connected to Snyder and the Commanders.