In July, the league fined Washington $10 million following the conclusion of the investigation that discovered the membership’s work surroundings was “extremely unprofessional,” particularly for ladies.
The NFL stated: “That assessment is full and we won’t be offering extra particulars.”
On Tuesday, the NFL Gamers Affiliation (NFLPA) stated it deliberate on requesting that the league make the total discovering of the investigation public; attorneys representing 40 former workers of the Washington Soccer Group and former NFL cheerleaders additionally referred to as for full disclosure.
Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, attorneys representing the 40 former workers of the Washington Soccer Group, stated in a press release: “If the NFL felt it acceptable to launch these offensive emails from Jon Gruden, which it obtained throughout its investigation into the Washington Soccer Group, it should additionally launch the findings associated to the precise goal of that investigation.”
On Monday, the New York Occasions reported that it reviewed extra emails and located that Gruden, who would later resign from the crew, denounced girls being employed as on-field officers, a crew drafting an overtly homosexual participant, and the tolerance for nationwide anthem protesters.
“In the course of the course of the assessment of office misconduct on the Washington Soccer Group that was accomplished this summer season, the league was knowledgeable of the existence of emails that raised points past the scope of that investigation,” the NFL stated.
“Over the previous few months, on the Commissioner’s course, senior NFL executives reviewed the content material of greater than 650,000 emails, together with the Gruden emails which have been despatched to a then Washington Soccer Group worker. Final week, the executives offered a abstract of that assessment to the Commissioner and shared with Raiders executives emails pertaining to Coach Gruden.
“The league had actively been awaiting for the crew to assessment them with Gruden. Gruden has since resigned.”
Previous to resigning, Gruden stated to reporters: “All I can say is that I am not a racist. I can not inform you how sick I’m. I apologize once more to De Smith, however I be ok with who I’m and what I’ve achieved my whole life. I apologize for the insensitive remarks. I had no racial intentions with these remarks in any respect.”
The NFL stated it didn’t launch any emails “throughout this course of.”