Six states threaten NFL with investigation into workplace harassment of women Six state attorney generals have threatened the National Football League (NFL) with an investigation into its allegedly “hostile” treatment of women employees. NFL must face unavoidable truth: Dan Snyder has to go | OpinionSnyder's ouster from the NFL is past due, Jarrett Bell writes, but maybe the latest allegations will prove reason for the league to take action. Washington Commanders might have engaged in 'unlawful' financial conduct, Congress alleges to FTCThe House Oversight Committee said the Washington Commanders might have withheld deposits and hid money designated to be shared with NFL owners. NFL owner Dan Snyder 'engaged in unlawful financial conduct': CongressDan Snyder, the owner of the NFL’s Washington Commanders, is alleged to have committed financial crimes including failing to report ticket revenue and withholding refundable deposits from sea… Congress finds Washington Commanders withheld money from their own fansThe US House Oversight Committee says it found evidence the NFL’s Washington Commanders engaged in unlawful financial conduct Attorneys General Threaten Investigation of N.F.L.’s Treatment of Female EmployeesSix state attorneys general, led by New York’s Letitia James, have “grave concerns” about reports of a workplace culture within the N.F.L. that is “overtly hostile to women.” Attorneys General warn NFL to improve treatment of womenThe attorneys general of six states have written to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell , expressing concern over the league’s treatment of female employees and admonishing him for a lack of improvement to the league’s workplace culture Attorneys General warn NFL to improve treatment of womenNEW YORK (AP) — The attorneys general of six states have written to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell , expressing concern over the league’s treatment of female employees and admonishing him for a lack of improvement to the league’s workplace culture.