Actor Matthew McConaughey Joins Effort To Buy The Commanders

A new name has entered the Washington Commanders Buyers Club

Actor Matthew McConaughey is reportedly interested in joining forces with rapper Jay-Z and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ joint bid to purchase the NFL’s Washington Commanders as reports flare of a potential sale by longtime owner Dan Snyder.

As reported by the New York Post, an anonymous source detailed McConaughey’s deep connection to the Commanders owner, which has been seen as a positive development toward convincing him to finally sell the team.

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“Matthew has always been a huge fan and his ties with the team go way back,” the Post’s source relayed. “They support his foundation and he’s good pals with Dan Snyder — he and [supermodel wife Camilla Alves] were on Dan’s yacht over the Super Bowl last year.”

via Sports Illustrated

The most hated owner in all of sports, Snyder, has laid the foundation for a potential sale — a request long sought by Washington football fans as Snyder’s longtime mismanagement and alleged workplace misconduct issues loom over the team.

Is this a serious pitch by McConaughey? Or another Oscar-worthy performance? Time will ultimately tell.

“We Are Marshall,” distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

However, this isn’t McConaughey’s first time joining the Commanders ownership rumor mills. The actor was previously name-dropped by former Washington QB Robert Griffin III in an effort to assemble a group of potential buyers for the NFL franchise. RGIII also mentioned Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant, NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and rapper Wale.

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