Winning solves a lot, but it doesn’t silence the issue with the name of the Kansas City Chiefs and traditions like “The Chop.”
The U.S. House Oversight Committee will hold a roundtable discussion next week with former Washington Football Team employees about workplace misconduct and sexual harassment. The discussion is set for Feb. 3, a day after Washington reveals its new name. Lawyers Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, who represent 40 former Washington employees, said in a statement: “Critical questions need to be asked and answered related to WFT’s pervasive culture of sexual harassment and retaliation, and the NFL’s decision to allow owner Daniel Snyder to consolidate his power and ownership interest rather than take appropriate disciplinary action against him.”
The roundtable will include former WFT employees.