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The Washington Commanders are looking for new ownership.
Dan Snyder is on his way out as the owner, and many notable people are interested in buying the franchise.
One of the most notable is the Executive Chairman of Amazon, Jeff Bezos.
But, Snyder has reportedly blocked Bezos from entering the private auction.
Bezos owns the Washington Post, and Snyder does not like some of the things that were written about him over the years.
Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post.
Dan Snyder reportedly “holds a grudge” against Bezos, as the Post has published stories on Snyder’s toxic workplace culture at the Washington Commanders.
Now, although Bezos wants to enter the auction for the team, Snyder won’t let him. pic.twitter.com/TGWgcrnc4D
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) February 25, 2023
It will be interesting to see which ownership group ends up owning the Commanders.
The franchise has been a mess for years now, and they need a reset starting at the top.
It seems possible that the team could be sold by March, around the same time the 2023 league year begins.
That would give the new owners the whole offseason to figure out the moves they need to make.
One of the first moves the new ownership group should look to make is finding a franchise quarterback.
The Commanders have been bad for so many years because they can not find an elite QB.
So whether it is through the draft, or via a trade, the new ownership group should be ready to make some big moves.
All in all, the Commanders should be in a better place once Snyder goes through with the sale.
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