Update on Commanders sale this month, NFL says.

According to a league spokesman on Thursday, the NFL owners will not be voting on the sale of the Washington Commanders.

On Friday, the Snyders sold the Commanders to a consortium that includes Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils co-owner Josh Harris.

 The Snyder family, who had previously revealed their desire to sell in November, have settled on a price of $6.05 billion for the franchise.

Jeff Miller, the NFL's executive vice president of communications, public affairs, and policy, indicated there will be no vote.

Minneapolis on Sunday and Monday, despite the fact that a vote this month was widely anticipated to be very improbable.

According to Miller, "the league staff and finance committee will continue to review the details of the transaction" on a conference call .

The investors have submitted signed paperwork to the NFL, which will be reviewed by the league's financial committee.

 It might take some time since the Harris group has at least 12 limited partners, as stated in the press announcing the partnership last week.

A source close to Harris claims the NFL has not communicated any concerns to the group despite the fact that certain owners .

 According to the insider, Harris' organization is valued somewhere over $100 billion.

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