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Team owner Daniel Snyder has described the team’s name in a letter to fans as a “badge of honor,” and he has said he will never change it. Others have voiced opposition to the team’s name and are hoping for a change.
Three days after saying that he wondered if close calls always go against the Redskins because of their controversial name, defensive end claims no recollection of those comments.
Is the NFL really out to get Washington? Or does it just seem that way in Ashburn?
“I don’t want us to be perceived as a team that’s looking for excuses to why we lost,” Gruden said Monday. “The referees are not an excuse for us as to why we lost that football game.”
After winning on the field, Carolina continued its beat down of Washington online.
Defensive end, frustrated with the officiating, hints that he feels team hasn’t received favorable calls this season because of Washington’s name.
The Redskins took an interesting position in their latest legal filing. It may have raised more questions than answers.
(John Bazemore / Associated Press)
Republican presidential candidate is like five minutes away from making the Redskins potato joke.
(Brynn Anderson / Associated Press)
California’s ban of the team’s offensive nickname should inspire Daniel Snyder and the NFL.
It’s the first state in the nation to take this step.
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