National sports reporter with a focus on accountability and investigations Education: Boston College, BA in English Will Hobson is a national sports reporter for The Washington Post. He has previously worked for the Tampa Bay Times, the Daytona Beach News-Journal, and the Panama City News Herald. In 2014, he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in local reporting for his work on Tampa Bay Times stories about abusive landlords and squalid conditions in publicly subsidized housing for Tampa's homeless. His stories have also been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors.
A group of California investors has offered $900 million to buy a minority stake in the Washington Football Team, but majority owner Daniel Snyder is standing in the way as his rift with his business partners widens.
In October, The Washington Post asked the Washington Football Team about harassment allegations against Gary Edwards, director of the team's Original Americans Foundation. A few days later, the team announced it would no longer fund the charity.
Eight people told The Washington Post they have been approached by private investigators, either at their homes or via phone calls, seeking information about Snyder’s former executive assistant, the Washington Football Team workplace or both.