Cowboys owner Jerry Jones defended Redskins counterpart Dan Snyder against allegations of insensitivity because of Snyder’s insistence that he will not change the team’s name.
Owner Daniel Snyder defends the franchise's name.
The controversy was not discussed by the NFL owners during their meeting Tuesday in Washington.
Daniel Snyder is said to remain firmly opposed to changing the name and other NFL owners don't appear inclined to take forceful steps in the foreseeable future to convince Snyder to make a change.
The NFL schedules a meeting with a group opposed to the franchise's name, but owners say they don't plan to discuss this issue at the this week's meetings.
Obama said that if he were the owner of the team, he would consider changing the name to avoid offending Native Americans.
A group of American Indians say they are trying to get the attention of franchise owner Daniel Snyder.
By Kent Babb
September 15, 2013
Pointing you toward detailed poll data on the franchise name, and asking for your thoughts on what 'Redskins' means to you.
Business Week asked a professional branding firm and a creative director to take a crack at redesigning the team's logo.
Mike Jones says readers have been asking him if the full text of the letter from members of congress that he wrote about yesterday is available. It is, at house.gov, and we’ll link to it as a service to readers, not because we need another blog post on the issue — we swear. Included are […]