From the moment Commander owner Daniel Snyder announced he was exploring the possibility of selling the team, some have wondered if this was a ruse, a ruse, or an attempt to buy time. To take the heat out of the proverbial hot kitchen.
Those who thought he might be on to something.
Just one day later Washington Post Reported that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has hired an investment firm to explore a potential offer for the team, the New York Post He posted an item indicating that Snyder might not sell the team at all.
It’s not the headline. But it is the obvious result of The new report claiming that the highest bids to buy the team were “well below” the $6 billion cut-off limit, and that Bezos had been “turned away” from Snyder’s bid for the team.
The article’s text eventually concludes with the idea, suggesting that Snyder may decide to keep the team, given that he didn’t get the show he wanted.
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