Union's executive director stops short of calling for name to be changed but says 'we’re in a better world if we’re not intentionally offending anyone.'
The group was recognized during the Redskins-49ers game as a joint celebration of the NFL's Salute to Service month and Native American Heritage month.
Gathering larger than similar protests this season in Green Bay and Denver.
Doug Williams, Joe Jacoby decline to weigh in.
Redskins owner meets with NFL commissioner one day before league's meeting with Oneida Indian Nation about team-name controversy.
By Mark Maske and Mike Jones
October 29, 2013
The Redskins owner is to meet with the commissioner in advance of the league's meeting with the Oneida Indian Nation. There is no indication that Snyder has changed his stance that he won't change the team's name.
A group estimated at more than 100 said it planned to get inside the players and coaches' heads with its 'change the mascot' pre-game protest.
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.