The NFL general adviser shared a long-running, cordial e-mail relationship with the former president of the Washington football team that included jokes about racial diversity and arranging a return by the executive. Was
Jeff Pash, who is also a senior trustee of Commissioner Roger Goodell, has been in correspondence with Bruce Allen of Washington since 2009-18 – complaining about player safety measures and other measures in the league, as well as Native Americans. Also shared jokes about According to a New York Times report.
Allen, who was fired by the team in 2019, thanked Pash in emails for helping with the league’s fines and sympathizing with the troubled organization. According to the Times, he arranged tickets and other facilities for his pen pals.
Posh was in charge of the NFL investigation on the Washington football team, but in emails he sometimes reassured Allen not to worry about the troubles that would come his way on the team and the league – including harassment against the organization. Claims to do
The relationship between Allen and Pash, who joined the NFL in 1997, was revealed in 650,000 emails collected during the NFL’s investigation into the toxic work environment in Washington. The NFL is over. Washington fined ڈالر 10 million in July And team owner Daniel Snyder withdrew from the club’s day-to-day operations.
Jeff Miller, the NFL’s executive VP of communications, told the Times in a statement, “Communications between league office employees and club executives occur on a daily basis.” Are Any attempt to deactivate these emails is either misleading or clearly wrong.
The messages were part of a batch that tracked John Groden’s emails over seven years in which he used homosexuality, racism and misunderstandings. He is resigning as coach of the Las Vegas Raiders this week.
Jeff Miller, NFL’s executive vice president of communications, told the Times in a statement, “Communications between league office employees and club executives occur on a daily basis.” Jeff Pash is a respected and senior NFL executive. ۔ Any attempt to deactivate these emails is either misleading or clearly wrong.
According to the Times, Pash contacted Allen when Washington was fined رپورٹ 15,000 for a misdemeanor report and the fine was withdrawn. Allen thought there might be more trouble with potential free agent harassment, but Pash told him that Goodell knew “this isn’t you.” When the team was shaken by allegations of sexual harassment against the Washington chair leader, Pash contacted Allen again, saying he knew “you are on it” and would not “forgive” anything like that.
Goodell is under increasing pressure to release all emails from the Washington investigation and to release more information as it emerges. According to the Times, the league had access to emails for several months before the investigation ended. The Washington chair leaders were also part of the emails Includes inappropriate images. Group members distributed through coaches. The NFL has refused to meet with 40 former WFT employees.More answers to the league’s investigation are awaited, according to USA Today.
Washington, starting 2-3, announced Thursday that it will retire the safety Taylor No. 21 during Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. The organization has apologized for the outrage over the short notice.