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.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder maintained he still has no plans to change the team’s name in a meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, according to the Washington Post.
Comcast SportsNet’s Chick Hernandez, who along with Tarik El-Bashir first reported Roger Goodell would be meeting with Dan Snyder over the Redskins team name, reported live from outside that meeting on Tuesday, saying, “I gotta feel that this is gonna change at some point.”
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.
TMZ is reporting a neighbor with close ties to Redskins owner Dan Snyder has registered the name Washington Bravehearts to use for “Entertainment in the nature of football games.”
When I first heard the cacophonous call for Daniel Snyder to change the name of his football team, I cringed. It felt like the sport we worshiped since childhood was under siege, crushed by the tide of groupthink.
Last week, Eric Bickel of the Junkies wrote a response to the ongoing Redskins name controversy, defending Dan Snyder’s right to keep the name. Now, he’s taking on the those offended by the name by offering the notion that people can find a way to be offended by almost anything.
With the name debate looming, an online community commissioned its best graphic designers to compete for the best alternative to the Redskins name & logo, and a winner has been chosen.
Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo became the latest in a suddenly growing group of media members to publicly support the Redskins’ team name, in a debate with Peter King on Sirius XM on Tuesday.