Dan Snyder’s ability to remain owner of the Washington Commanders has been an established fact for so long now that I treat it as a given on par with death, taxes and James Corden being an officious prick. But I did live long enough to see Snyder forced to change that franchise’s name from a longstanding racial slur to their newer, sleeker, somehow even dumber moniker. So you never say never, even when Dan Snyder himself says NEVER.
Dan Snyder has had to say never many times over the past 24 hours, because it’s no longer just us peasants who want him exiled from the NFL. Last night, for the first time ever, an actual NFL owner came out and said he’d like to see his colleague ousted. That colleague was Colts owner and aspiring Grammy winner Jim Irsay, who said that “I believe that there is merit to remove him as owner,” before accidentally brainfarting out the old racial slur team name that helped make Snyder so radioactive to begin with.