The organization's mass exodus of employees only magnifies Snyder's shortcomings as an owner. Plus, Snyder can't even employ players to make the team successful on the field, only reaching the postseason five times since he took over the team in 1999. The NFL needs to dump this cancerous element as quickly as possible.
Snyder may not have had a good run on the field, but you can't call him a bad businessman. Snyder bought the Washington team for $800 million in 1999 and turned it into a $2.85 billion franchise as of 2016, making it one of the most valuable teams in the world at the time.
While he has been at the center of controversy, he hasn't been guilty of any crime. Snyder hasn't done anything to the level of Donald Sterling that would force him to sell the team.