The NFL’s traumatic 2021 offseason continues.

It was another gut punch for the league.

And this NFL franchise just changed owners because of one ugly sex scandal.

The NFL announced it fined the Washington Redskins $10 million as the result of an investigation into claims of sexual harassment made by former cheerleaders as well as other allegations of toxic workplace culture.

Owner Daniel Snyder issued a groveling statement in response, and vowed to make amends by adopting social justice policies such as a diverse management team and homosexual agenda training.

“I have learned a lot in the past few months about how my club operated, and the kind of workplace that we had,” Snyder admitted. “It is now clear that the culture was not what it should be, but I did not realize the extent of the problems, or my role in allowing that culture to develop and continue. I know that as the owner, I am ultimately responsible for the workplace. I have said that and I say it again.”

Snyder referenced how he and his wife Tonya pledged to do better going forward.

“I feel great remorse for the people who had difficult, even traumatic, experiences while working here. I’m truly sorry for that. I can’t turn back the clock, but I promise that nobody who works here will ever have that kind of experience again, at least not as long as Tanya and I are the owners of this team,” Snyder added.

But also included in Snyder’s statement was the fact that his wife Tonya would take his place making all team decisions and representing the Redskins at all league functions until at least the start of the 2021 season.

The NFL did not call it a suspension, but it was hard to read it as anything else.

Snyder has done nothing but try to appease the woke outrage mob.

He agreed to change the team’s name to the “Washington Football Team.”

Now Snyder is promising to impose all sorts of left-wing identity politics indoctrination seminars for employees.

Snyder’s hoping this “progressive pivot” will allow him to return to the team once his suspension is lifted this fall.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.