Here are five potential replacement names for the Washington Redskins.
The U.S. Patent Office called the Redskins nickname “disparaging of Native Americans.”
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has repeatedly stated the nickname isn’t changing.
We were all enablers of a racist man through inaction.
Snyder’s support of a charity is to deflect attention from Washington’s offensive football nickname.
The NFL is considering a heavy tax on it, citing the fact that the gridiron is a workplace, and thus they can control the language and lexicon of its players. It’s probably the most delicate and toxic topic we’ll ever discuss in sports.
With money on the NFL’s mind, there’s a double standard with the proposed N-word rule.
Chicago can make a good case to host a Super Bowl, and 2019 is the next chance for a cold-weather city.
It’s New Year’s resolution time. Here’s what prominent sports figures are (or should be) saying.
Ray Halbritter of the Oneida Indian Nation didn’t start the movement to change the name of the Washington Redskins, but the upstate New York tribal leader has turned up the heat.
Being a sports fan is illogical. But then there is the really illogical of sports illogical.
Not much has gone right for the Redskins in 2013.
This isn’t difficult. A team’s name is rooted in the genocide of a people. That’s not an opinion.