The allegations span from 2006 to 2019, and they include unwanted sexual comments or sexual overtures, unwanted touching, and directives to dress revealingly or flirt in order to close deals with clients.
Daniel Snyder declined to be interviewed for the report.
The league added that it "will meet with the attorneys upon the conclusion of their investigation and take any action based on the findings".
This resulted in the departure of longtime radio voice Larry Michael, team director Alex Santos and two others.
Santos, who was sacked this week, is accused by six former employees and two reporters who covered the team of commenting about their bodies and making unwelcome overtures, according to the Post.
"These matters as reported are serious and contrary to the NFL's values", says a release from the NFL. Team owner Dan Snyder vowed Friday to overhaul the team's internal culture in response to the allegations.
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He was indicted in January for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three cases . He accused the anti-Netanyahu camp of staging violent demonstrations.
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Next month's Madden NFL 21 is being altered at the last minute to remove mentions of the Washington Redskins team name and logo imagery, a rep for publisher Electronic Arts has told Kotaku. "While we do not speak to specific employee situations publicly, when new allegations of conduct are brought forward that are contrary to these policies, we address them promptly".
Snyder hired a D.C. law firm to review the team's culture, policies and allegations of misconduct in the workplace.
The NFL said it expects the team and all employees to be cooperative but is not yet making its own review of the team.
This is not to dispute the qualifications of Beth Wilkinson, or anyone at her firm, to conduct such an investigation.