I agree totally with Len Shapiro in his article in yesterday's Post as regards Dan Snyder:
There are familiar arguments against Dan Snyder wanting Dan Snyder to give interviews to anyone besides Dan Snyder. Notably he doesn't need to in order to turn a profit; access would be an unnecessary headache that gets in the way of making millions. Also, given the amount of animosity towards Dan among many fans and sports writers, I doubt he'd much care to make himself a punching bag.
But why don't you give it the old college try, Dan? Sans you speaking to us, fans and writers alike are left to speculate endlessly on what degree you're involved in the personnel decisions for the Redskins. Based on intense and obsessive word-by-word examinations of the few speaking events you attend, I've narrowed your role down to some bit above None yet below All. Frankly, I'm interested to know more even if you aren't the least bit inclined to provide. At the end of the day it is your team, your decision, and I'll keep watching regardless. I am certain that Dan Snyder wants this team to win. Even when I disagree with something the team does (which is usually because I'm an idiot, no fault of theirs) I don't question Snyder's commitment to the team. I would be very interested to hear, from his mouth, why some of the things I believe are bad ideas sound so good to him. Additionally, I think a dialogue between the owner and the fans increases exponentially the amount of good faith the latter is willing to extend to the former. We've proven unwaveringly that we will stand behind this team through heaven and hell, Dan. At the risk of sounding entitled, which I am not to anything here, isn't a bit of access the least you could do, Mr. Snyder?
Back to the article, I only disagree strongly with one of Len's "Wouldn't it be nice...":