"You like my outfit?" the country music star asked cheering fans during her halftime performance at the Dallas Cowboys-Washington Commanders game.
Former cheerleaders for the Washington Commanders are still upset at the NFL for not releasing the investigation report into the workplace culture.
The NFL released a 23-page report detailing the findings of an independent investigation into Snyder's conduct.
All 32 team owners voted for the sale, which is the highest price paid for a North American professional sports team.
Some of the players received indefinite bans for betting on the games.
If approved by NFL owners, the transaction would set a record for the most expensive sale in league history.
Dan Snyder is accused of, among other things, inappropriately touching a former employee and making staffers produce a video “of sexually suggestive footage of cheerleaders.”
D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced the filing against the NFL team.
The Washington D.C. attorney general says he's filing a civil consumer protection lawsuit against the Washington Commanders, Dan Snyder and others.
The billionaire businessmen are in talks about the possible joint venture.