Another prospective owner toured Washington’s team facilities recently

We’ve heard a lot of conflicting reports on the potential sale of the Washington Commanders recently. There were initial reports that the Commanders could fetch a massive price tag, but the early inquiries topped out at $6.3 billion, which was a disappointing number for owner Daniel Snyder, who allegedly wants $7 billion for the franchise.

Multiple reports stated that the sale could be completed by the NFL owner’s meetings in late March.

One thing has remained constant, Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils owner Josh Harris was an interested buyer. Harris was one of two potential buyers who visited Washington’s team facilities in Ashburn. The other prospective owner was not identified.

Now comes a report from Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post that a third prospective owner visited the team’s headquarters. This visit allegedly occurred on Friday and was not named.

Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos has not formally submitted a bid for the Commanders but, according to some, remains interested. It’s unknown if Bezos has visited Ashburn, but it seems unlikely, considering waiting until the final bids are in to make his interest known.

In November, we indicated that John Henry of Fenway Sports Group was interested in buying the Commanders. Henry owns the Boston Red Sox. Since then, we haven’t heard more regarding Henry’s possible interest.

However, on Sunday, a Twitter user posted some interesting information regarding a recent flight to Dulles Airport on Jan. 28 from a Fenway Sports Group jet.

As the Twitter user noted, it could mean nothing. But it’s certainly something to watch with Harris and two unnamed visitors to the franchise’s facilities.


Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire