TI have Nfl has no plans to release any of the hundreds of thousands of emails received as part of the Washington DC football team investigation, some of which resulted in resignation of Las Vegas Raiders coach John Gruden.
“Based on the material we reviewed, we have not identified anything that would need to be reported to the management of the club or league,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told The Associated Press on Tuesday. “We did not publish any emails during this process.”
V Wall street journal and New York Times reported that since 2011-2018, when he was an ESPN analyst in between coaching sessions, Gruden used racist, misogynistic and homophobic language against union chief DeMaurice Smith, Commissioner Roger Goodell and other NFL representatives in written exchanges with the former head of the Washington government Bruce Allen. …
The emails were collected as part of an investigation by the Washington Football Team after former employees reported sexual harassment and other workplace misconduct. A club worth billions was fined $ 10 million NFL and owner Dan Snyder gave up day-to-day operations for several months, but there was no written record of Beth Wilkinson’s request.
Lawyers representing 40 former employees teams on Tuesday called Nfl immediately release all results of the investigation. They called it “outrageous” that only Gruden was “prosecuted” after a 10-month investigation.
Grudenwho had 10-year, $ 100 million contract with the Raiders, retired Monday night during the fourth season of a largely unsuccessful tenure, spending 22-31 no playoff matches.
The aftermath continued on Tuesday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team he led to the Super Bowl title nearly two decades ago, removed him from the Ring of Honor in the tournament. Raymond James Stadium.
“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have advocated for targeted change over the years in the areas of race, gender equality, diversity and inclusion, “the one-paragraph statement said.” While we recognize John Gruden’s contributions to this area, his actions are at odds with our core value as an organization. “.
Others in sports and beyond have wondered what other ramifications might be on the horizon.
What did Allen write to Gruden?
Allen hung up when contacted by the Associated Press on Tuesday.
Could there be other emails involving current or former coaches or front office staff? What are the disciplinary measures, if any, will the NFL take over after retreating while the Gruden episode is played out?
And perhaps most importantly: How prevalent and pervasive in the league are the views and opinions expressed by Gruden?
Chapter Fritz Pollard AllianceThe NFL Diversity Observer Group said the episode is a reminder that the hiring process should lead to people offering broad representation.
“There is no place for head coaches who secretly – or brazenly – share Gruden’s pettiness,” said Rod Graves. Alliance Executive Director… “We encourage rigorous due diligence and review best practices at all levels by proposing leadership roles. It is imperative that all candidates adhere to values that are consistent with their responsibilities. ”
Coalition of players declined to comment.