It's more than reasonable, however, to envision him moved to stem or prevent financial loss. If you want to get at him, you have to find a way to his wallet. And if his pride finds no bounds, one of his business partners -- be it an owner or the league office -- could step in to prevent a related associated impact on the ledgers of other NFL teams.
What a wild concept: Envisioning action from America's money-grubbing corporations to impact change on a moral/social issue. It doesn't seem particularly likely at the moment. But if Daniel Snyder is locked in, and the league office remains unwilling to step in, and players are aligned, and nothing has come from political pressure or legal avenues, then what's left?