NFL Responds to Congressional Letter on Leaders’ Financial Conduct

Mary Jo White, chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, will “review the serious matters” raised by the US House Oversight and Reform Committee on leaders and their financial behaviour, NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said in a statement to Sports Illustrated.

In addition, the association said it would “continue to cooperate with the oversight committee and submitted more than 210,000 pages of documents,” which include material shared since the committee first launched the investigation last fall.

On Tuesday, the commission released a statement and a copy of its 20-page letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which asserted that Washington and co-owner Dan Snyder “may have engaged in a troubling, protracted and potentially illegal pattern of Financial behavior that has victimized thousands of fans of the team and the National Football League.”

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