The Washington Football Team has made headlines again after Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders last week over emails that revealed racist, misogynistic, and homophobic remarks made by the then-ESPN analyst to former team executive Bruce Allen. But one former Washington employee says the team has a much bigger problem.

Melanie Coburn is a wife, mother, and business owner but she has now seemingly taken on the role as a voice for the voiceless. For 14 years she worked as a member of the Washington Football Team cheerleading squad where she was witness to years of workplace misconduct which was eventually investigated by the NFL and later reopened, leading to the Gruden email leak.

But for Coburn, the biggest issue has yet to be addressed. 

"We know that that is a very, very small fraction of the 650,000 emails that we know they have access to," she told Fox News of the leaked emails initially reported by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. "These emails were also a result of the investigation that we participated in -- over 150 of us former employees of the Washington Football Team. Countless hours, lots of trauma relived, lots of emotions and anxiety and yet the only person to take fall for these terrible wrongdoings was a coach of another team."

The NFL has denied releasing the emails to any media. League spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed this to ProFootballTalk in a report published last week.