One day after meeting with Daniel Snyder, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell with discuss the Washington Redskins name with Native Americans who say the name is a racial slur.
Ahead of a planned meeting between Roger Goodell and members of the Oneida Indian Nation, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder sat down with the NFL commissioner on Tuesday.
The Washington Redskins are shooting down rumors the team will be changing its name to the Bravehearts.
The Richmond Free Press is dropping the Redskins nickname for the Washington NFL team from its pages, calling it racist.
Dave McKenna, who is no stranger to those in the front offices of Redskins Park, believes he has a clever and financially sound solution to the team’s mounting name woes.
The Washington Redskins are currently in turmoil, and it doesn’t all have to do with their lackluster play and record so far this season. Their longtime nickname is the subject of conversation for even some of the biggest world names, and it is turning into a battle of words and suggestions.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is supporting Washington’s bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games.
Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder’s private equity firm, Red Zone Capital Management Co., L.L.C., has sold restaurant chain Johnny Rockets for an undisclosed amount of money.
Just a day after Dan Snyder nearly broke the world with his powerful defiance against changing the Redskins name, he has support in a lifelong Redskins fan … Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan.
“We’ll never change the name. It’s simple. NEVER.” That’s what Redskins owner Daniel Snyder told USA Today Sports Thursday about the ongoing debate over the offensive nature of his team’s name, only with the added caveat, “you can use caps.”