Former Washington star, LaVar Arrington thinks long time NFL owner Dan Snyder will offer the Commanders quicker instead of later on … informing TMZ Sports a new beginning for the franchise is “certainly what’s needed.”
We talked to LaVar about the future of the Commanders simply days after Synder noted his Potomac house on the marketplace for $49 million … and he believes the billionaire’s motion on the realty market suggests he’s wanting to ditch the group.
“I would assume that means he’s not staying,” LaVar stated.
The timing of Snyder listing his Maryland home for sale is quite fascinating … thinking about the group announced in November he was checking out a sale of the franchise.
Despite an absence of success on the field, Forbes reports the Commanders franchise is valued at $5.6 billion … and enormous names like Jay-Z and Jeff Bezos have an interest in purchasing the group.
So, we asked Arrington who he wishes to own the group if Snyder offers, and the previous linebacker informed us, basically — he desires somebody who appreciates individuals within the company.
“If you’re that person, and you can afford that price tag, then I hope and I pray that you’re able to get them.”
Of course, lots of have actually required Snyder to offer the group for several years … after the franchise was the center of numerous scandals, consisting of office misbehavior and developing a “toxic” culture.
Arrington — who invested 6 seasons betting Washington — stated the individual who changes Snyder needs to have an understanding of self-identity and needs to understand how to value individuals … or they will not have success.