The NFL has no plans to release more details of the Washington football team investigation

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In July, after the investigation was over, the league imposed a $10 million fine on Washington. The investigation found that the club’s working environment was “very unprofessional”, especially for women.

The NFL said: “The review has been completed and we will not provide more details.”

On Tuesday, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) stated that it plans to require the league to make the full results of the investigation public; lawyers representing 40 former employees of the Washington football team and former NFL cheerleaders also called for full disclosure.

Lawyers representing 40 former employees of the Washington football team, Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, said in a statement: “If the National Football League deems it necessary to release Jon Jon Gruden (Jon Gruden) obtained these offensive e-mails during the investigation of the Washington football team, and it must also publish findings related to the actual objectives of the investigation.”

The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden used racially insensitive language to describe NFLPA executive director De Morris in an email in 2011 · Smith.

On Monday, the New York Times reported that it reviewed more emails and found that Gruden, who later resigned from the team, condemned women being hired as field officials. A team drafted an openly gay player. And tolerance for the national anthem. Protesters.

NFL veteran Ryan Russell says Jon Gruden's resignation is not enough

The NFL said: “During the Washington football team’s workplace misconduct review process that was completed this summer, the league was informed of the existence of emails raising issues beyond the scope of the investigation.”

“In the past few months, under the guidance of the commissioner, senior NFL executives have reviewed the content of more than 650,000 emails, including Gruden emails sent to employees of the Washington football team at the time. Last week, the executives submitted A summary of the review was given to the commissioner and shared with the Raiders executives the e-mails related to coach Gruden.

“The league has been actively waiting for the team to review them with Gruden. Gruden has resigned.”

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Before resigning, Gruden told reporters: “I can only say that I am not a racist. I can’t tell you how disgusting I am. I apologize to De Smith again, but I do to myself and everything I have done in my life. I apologize for these insensitive remarks. These remarks of mine have absolutely no racial intent.”

The NFL stated that no emails were posted “in the process.”

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