Eagles apparently are avoiding the Washington team name

Over the past few years, plenty of media and fans have stopped using the nickname of the Washington NFL franchise, in deference to the many Native Americans who are genuinely offended by the term.

For the first time, an NFL team apparently has limited its use of the name.

The Philadelphia Eagles, who travel to FedEx Field on Sunday, have referred to the Week Four opponent only as “Washington,” in various places. As noted by Matt Lombardo of 97.5 The Fanatic in Philly (and picked up by TheBigLead.com), the weekly media guide refers to the contest as “Philadelphia vs. Washington” when past weekly media guides this season have used team names. A scroll through the Eagles’ Twitter page shows no uses of the R-word, but has an invitation to fans for “Eagles vs. Washington” this weekend. A similar reference to “Eagles vs. Washington” appears at the team’s Facebook page.

Portions of the Eagles’ website make reference to the Washington name, including the NFL.com-generated season schedule and this week’s injury report. Still, only “Washington” appears elsewhere in the site, including in an item regarding film study of the team’s most recent game against the Giants.

The Eagles have not yet responded to an email sent by PFT several hours ago requesting comment. If/when a response comes, we’ll share it.

If the Eagles have made a conscious decision to refrain from using the name of the Washington team, that’s a pretty big deal. If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?

At some point, the name will change. If NFL teams stop using the name, the change will come a lot faster than anyone had envisioned.

196 responses to “Eagles apparently are avoiding the Washington team name

  1. Oh give me a break. When did this name offend you? When someone told you that it was offensive after all these years of people not having a problem with it? The name will not change. Washington Redskins!

  2. There are no Native Americans who are genuinely offended by the term.

    If you say you are both, you’re lying about one, the other, or both.

    In some stupid new TV show they are called the Washington Red Clouds. When will the madness end.

    REDSKINS!

  3. “At some point, the name will change.”

    Or it won’t; only time will tell. But keep the hubris up, predictions of victory only serve to embolden the opposition.

  4. I’m going to end up cheering for the Redskins by the time this is all said and done.

    Go Redskins!

    Oh and it’s OK. Check my handle I know franchise pain.

  5. Good points, Mike – the only question is not if the name will be changed, but when. And I agree that it will change much more quickly when other teams follow the Eagles lead.

  6. Once this non-starter of a cause is forgotten in a year or two, it’s going to be quite funny watching the pundits swallow their self-righteousness and use the dreaded “R-word” again.

  7. “If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?”
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    Because the PC police and internet/social media lynch mob will get ya. The name was around for years and nobody said a word,now with social media everyone has a cause, it’s like that movie from a while back, PCU, everybody has got their 2 cents, which is really disrespectful to pennies because most of these peoples opinions are worth less than nothing. Redskins,’Skins, I don’t even like the Redskins but that’s the teams name. RRRREEEEEDDDDSSSSKKKIIINNNNSSS.

  8. I can’t help but laugh at everyone trying to be “trailblazers” on this topic by not saying “redskins”. It’s so shallow… They only do this in an attempt to satisfy the PC Police.

    Here’s how I look at it…. If you haven’t used the word “Redskins” in the past 20 years because you morally opposed it on your own, then I disagree with you, but I can at least respect your position.

    If it’s 2015 and you are now denouncing the name because a bunch of people told you that you should be offended… Then your just a crowd pleasing sheep and I don’t care much of what you think.

    If anyone wonders why Donald Trump is getting so many votes, it’s because he stands up to the PC police and doesn’t appologize for it. I can’t stand the guy but I love that he doesn’t back down to this PC BS we keep hearing about.

  9. I understand that people can change, especially when they get older, but I wish somebody could explain the sudden burst of spontaneous “morality” they’ve experienced when those same people have used the name “redskins” not once or twice pertaining to the football team, but INNUMERABLE times over the course of their lives. How does it work, do you find it totally innocuous one day and then find it horribly offensive the next? Or does it happen gradually? It’s the name of a football team, that’s it. I’m okay with SOME PC, but it seems like PC is completely taking over this country.

  10. The name change is inevitable. The longer it takes, the worse the Washington franchise and the league look.

  11. Eagles fan here. I’ve got tickets to the game this weekend. I can’t wait to watch my beloved Eagles take on the dreaded REDSKINS.

  12. Woo! Go birds!

    The dude that named them the $%#$%skins was certifiably racist, proudly so.

    The fact that this travesty has gone on for decades doesn’t mean that once it comes to our attention, that we should just accept it.

  13. So lets see …Indians, Braves, Chiefs, Blackhawks, Seminoles, are all Okay ? The tomahawk chop is okay as well not to mention the chant!!
    But Redskins is not okay?

    There are 62 high schools in 22 states with the name Redskins including Red Mesa High School.

    Red Mesa High School is located in Red Mesa, Arizona, which is about 25 miles southwest of the Four Corners. The school is located on the Navajo Reservation and is a public school. They have nearly 100% ( 99.3 % ) Navajo students.

    I had the pleasure of visiting their campus in the fall of 2013 and witnessed as much Washington Redskins gear being worn and displayed as I have witness at any NFL game.

    Mission Statement:
    “To provide quality education for successful interaction in the changing technological world while enhancing Navajo culture”

    Perhaps the answer is to eliminate ALL team mascot names on all levels of sports, from youth to professional.

  14. If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?

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    Fear? Political Correctness? Pressure from financial partners? Pressure from the Media? Just enjoying dissing a division rival?

  15. In this politically correct world they’re just doing their best not to offend anyone. Or maybe the fact that our starting quarterback is an Indian they may not want to offend Ol Sammy.

  16. According to the new lowly-rated TV show “Minority Report” a few decades from now the Redskins will be named the “Redclouds”.

  17. I will be glad when the PC fad is over and we can worry about real issues. If everything offends you, maybe you need to look deep inside your soul and fix your issues.

  18. Slippery slope. There is no end to all this PC baloney. Next PITA will be protesting that Eagles are being abused and suffering by the use of their name……

  19. I think people are more offended by tip-toeing around it. It’s like saying “the n-word”. Just go all in and start calling them “The Washington R-Words”.

  20. I thought it was interesting that in the new tv show Minority Report, which is supposed to take place in the future Washington DC, they had already changed the name of the team to the Red Clouds.

  21. In private, the Eagles are referring to them as the Washington Ratskins.

    Although this seems perfectly appropriate for the nation’s capital, the Washington Red Clouds might, as suggested by others, be a much better name.

    Google “Red Cloud’s War” for more info.

  22. They just want positive publicity to overcome the negative they are getting for putting all their trust in a so called “genius” and a quarterback made of glass that has a career losing record.

  23. PC America at it again, Gosh we’re in Trouble when Philly stops using the name Redskins. Incidentally, there are NOT many Native Americans who are genuinely offended by the term. Let it go People!

  24. Yet one more reason why the REDSKINS, Cowboys and Giants have won 12 of 49 Superbowls ….. And the Eagles ZERO.

  25. Back in the 40’s and 50’s the word “redskins” may have been a slur. But I believe the word has a evolved largely thanks to the NFL and the fact that hundreds of thousands of fans have been cheering for (not slurring at) the Redskins on Sundays.

    Now I hear and read a bunch of old white guy journalists who are offended by the name, but I honestly don’t see a lot of Native Americans speaking out.

    If I heard them, I would say do away with the name. But when all I hear is a bunch of PC white guys it just turns my stomach.

  26. Its funny the teams that cant take care of business on the field, resort to juvenile tactics like this.

    Dont worry about winning on the field Philly because you are so offended by the name. Do you have any Native Americans in your organization? Didnt think so.

  27. Meanwhile, Chad Dukes on 106.7 (dc area) called the Eagles “p**sies” for their non-use of the ‘r-word’ – calling it pathetic.

  28. “plenty of media and fans have stopped using the nickname of the Washington (Redskins)”…what fans have stopped using “Redskins”? There are none that I know personally. This whole thing is a northeast corridor faux-outrage fabrication that very few fans actually care about. Many of us actually know the genesis of the term “Redskins” and know what it really means. Hint to the media elitists, it is anything but derogatory.

  29. “If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?”
    ___________________

    Perhaps because the Philadelphia team is owned by the very liberal Jeffrey Lurie (Clark, BU, Brandeis) knowing what is best for us poor benighted unwashed or maybe it is just another instance of the no tweak is too small mentality that passes for gamesmanship between divisional opponents in the Billionaire Boys Club. My money is on the liberal owner deciding what that we plebeians need to stop calling the Redskins the Redskins.

  30. Really?! What a bunch of tree-hugging politically correct freaks you guys got up in the NE. I get that same crap here in Cali and I’m sick of this crap. For that, Go Redskins!!!

  31. Do people really think Redskins is offensive and use it in that context? I’ve never used, heard or read it in that context. Naming a team The Redskins mascot symbolizes toughness since football is a tough sport. Why would someone intentionally give their team a name that is negative? Then The Saints, Padres and many others could be offended. People shouldn’t be so defensive and offended.

  32. A small percentage of natives are offended by the term. The vast majority have no problem with it. Yawn. There will always be a small percentage of people offended by something. If it’s not this, it’ll be something else. Don’t confuse the “n word” with Redskins. All black people are offended by the n-word, whereas a tiny percentage of natives are offended by Redskins. Makes me wonder why the agenda is being crammed down our throats when most natives are just fine or indifferent to the term.

  33. When you ask the Majority of Native Americans if they are offended by the Washington Redskins they will usually reply “no”. The reason is most of anything you see with the Washington Redskins is positive and tied to pride, loyalty and commitment to excellence all qualities Native Americans embrace. The Media and a small number of Native Americans have fueled this displeasure of the Redskins. Name once when the Redskins used their name in a negative or degrading way?

  34. Easy. The Washington Corruption. The logo can be a politician with his hand out and lobbyists dropping bundles of cash in it.

    Hey the politicians keep asking for a name change over trying to solve much bigger problems the country has right ? Just give them exactly what they asked for and what they desrve at the same time.

  35. cafetero1075 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 10:39 PM

    PC is destroying this country with fake outrage from hypocrits

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    …and all those damn people who can spell!!!!1

  36. I like how you said many. When the majority don’t find it a offensive. Not just a small majority but a vast majority.

  37. thebrownsrclowns says:

    “…Dont worry about winning on the field Philly because you are so offended by the name. Do you have any Native Americans in your organization? Didnt think so.”

    Funny you should say that. Actually, their starting QB is of Native American descent and is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation.

  38. I wish we could all get over the political correctness that special interest groups have been pushing in every aspect of American society…..and now football. There is absolutely NO MALICE when anyone uses the word Redskins when referring to the professional football team in Washington D.C. I live in the west and have had this discussion with so many native Americans from several different tribes and NONE of them said they were offended by the name Redskins as it is used by the NFL team. If the majority of native Americans could care less with this use of the word Redskin then why should anyone else. Several native Americans actually have said that the select few that have made a stink about Redskins being used by an NFL team are only doing so to get attention and are trying to capitalize on the whole issue. Never was an issue until Obama suggested anyone offended by any thing should stand up and call for change. I actually thought that most religions of the world actually teach their followers that we must all have charity and that charity is NOT EASILY OFFENDED! The term Washington Redskins is NOT derogatory nor is it harmful to the Native Americans….at least all those I have heard speak on this topic. #SoMuchMoreImportantThingsToWorryAbout

  39. The only meaning words have is what is intended by those who use them in the moment. If you say Redskins and mean to be racist, then it’s racist. If you don’t, then it’s not. This is very simple, folks.

    Go Eagles.

  40. Has anyone ever heard of the term redskin being used as a racial slur? Honest question. This is why most people don’t care. When people are using words to put down a group of people they understandably become taboo. In this case, the whole agenda is made up. Nobody uses the term redskin unless they are referring to a football team. Ever.

  41. I’ve long supported a name change – and I mean since the days of Riggins. The name seemed wrong when I was 10 years old. But I side with Louis CK in that the name itself doesn’t bother me nearly as much as the use of “The R-word”. When you say “The R-word” you’re putting the word “Redskins” in my head – which is the whole point of language is. Based on your readership, every time you write “The R-Word”, thousands of people say “Redskins”.

    You care about the word or you care about yourself?

  42. 9 out of 10 paranoid old schoolers, afraid (with good reason) the world they feel most comfortable in is changing right before their eyes, truly and deeply feel the term “Redskin” isn’t offensive in any way.

    Hopefully the blood moon really was a sign the world is coming to an end – tired of sharing it with some folks. Let’s get this show on the road.

  43. “Many of us actually know the genesis of the term “Redskins” and know what it really means. Hint to the media elitists, it is anything but derogatory.”

    Wow, “big dog” is it? Thanks for the hint. I give up. Now what’s the answer? Please enlighten us, tell us the genesis of the term “Redskins”.

  44. bueller101 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 10:52 PM
    Back in the 40’s and 50’s the word “redskins” may have been a slur. But I believe the word has a evolved largely thanks to the NFL and the fact that hundreds of thousands of fans have been cheering for (not slurring at) the Redskins on Sundays.

    Now I hear and read a bunch of old white guy journalists who are offended by the name, but I honestly don’t see a lot of Native Americans speaking out.

    If I heard them, I would say do away with the name. But when all I hear is a bunch of PC white guys it just turns my stomach.
    _______________________________________________

    Perhaps you need to pull your head out of your Caucasian arse.

    Well done Eagles…

  45. …funny how the Eagles are going to lead the charge for the logo/-team name PC fanatics……yet had no problem supporting a guy convicted of torturing and killing living creatures for sport…… Thought we forgot about that Mr. LURIE?

  46. I live in a state with a huge Native American population -Montana- and it seems the younger generation is offended by the term but some older folks are indifferent to the term..truth be told the name should be changed although it won’t change their win percentage

  47. Good for them! I quit referring to them by their team name long before the name change became an issue. It will eventually change, the longer Snyder sits on it the worse he looks

  48. mikebrownistheworstownerinprosports says:
    Sep 30, 2015 11:12 PM
    A small percentage of natives are offended by the term. The vast majority have no problem with it. Yawn. There will always be a small percentage of people offended by something. If it’s not this, it’ll be something else. Don’t confuse the “n word” with Redskins. All black people are offended by the n-word, whereas a tiny percentage of natives are offended by Redskins. Makes me wonder why the agenda is being crammed down our throats when most natives are just fine or indifferent to the term.
    —————
    “Don’t confuse the “n word” with Redskins. All black people are offended by the n-word”

    Interestingly enough the majority of black people use the n-word so how can this be true? In fact it’s overused in the music industry.

    Perhaps when the NFL moves a team to LA it will be called the Los Angeles Black Skins. I don’t think anyone would have a problem with that right? Reading all these comments suggests It will represent tough people in the tough and rugged sport of football. It will honor black skinned people every Sunday.

    See how ridiculous some people sound?

  49. I don’t really care if people are offended. As an eagles fan that attends 4-5 games a season and buys jerseys every few years I’m a little POed. Philly is one of the most anti-politically correct cities i’ve ever been around. It’s what I love about the area. Lurie is more than a little big feminine and I guess that extends to petty outrage like this and the whole green movement crap plastered all over the stadium.

  50. OK, i just know what i know. i live 4 miles off a rez in western ny and get smokes for my chain smoking co-workers every week. i can ASSURE you that the people that live on that rez are VERY offended my the term “redskins”. so, there’s that.

  51. How come not one current opinion poll of native Americans has come out recently on this subject? Public opinion polls are done every day on everything under the sun these days. No poll says a lot, IMO.

  52. So Philadelphia and their fans are now smarmy, political correct wienies?

    I liked them better when they were men and threw snowballs at Santa Claus.

  53. mjd08501 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 10:33 PM
    Here comes all the non Native Americans to say that Native Americans shouldn’t be offended by the name

    Yes, they are right behind all the non Native Americans telling Native Americans what to be offended by.

  54. If I told everyone my nickname was “King Kong Ding Dong”, plenty of folks would probably still address me by my proper name. I wouldn’t equate that to being PC, liberal, or anything else.

  55. I find it hard to believe that a fan base that once threw snowballs at Santa really cares if the the name Redskins offends anyone

  56. I hate the Eagles but admire this small stance. The NFL is clearly not going to do anything about the Washington nickname, but if enough media outlets and especially other NFL organizations are conspicuous in not using it the league may be pushed into a corner and be forced to act. Washington’s franchise has an outdated and offensive name and there’s no reason to keep it.

    The ‘its tradition’ argument is ridiculous because many universities have changed their old, offensive mascots and it’s no big deal. The ‘it’s a testament to Native Americans’ argument is as insulting as it is just flat out dumb.

  57. 2015 folks….Redskins is not a slur just like marriage is not only between man and woman…

    #progress

  58. We don’t need or care about the update on the Philadelphias team opinion. Just because one cry baby has the power to stop using the name in some publications doesn’t mean the team agrees to it.

  59. It’s sad the self righteous take their PC stand to make themselves feel better. You really want to make a difference to native Americans?

    Try looking into the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the government treatment of the native Americans, the poverty level, the unemployment on the reservations, alcoholism rates of natives.

    Hope you PC types read this and sleep at night. There is so much more to concern ourselves with regarding the treatment of native Americans than a stupid nickname non-controversey.

    Enjoy your inch deep caring.

  60. When will the people who refuse to say Redskins give back the land they live on? I mean, it was stolen from indians.

  61. Yeah, Philadelphia has always been known as a sensitive and compassionate city. The players, coaches and anyone associated with the team will call them the Redskins. It’s just some front office pinhead that came up with this crap.

  62. If they were truly offended they would refuse to take the field against the Redskins. As would every other Redskins opponent. Of course that means they would have to forfeit the game.

    If the NFL was truly offended they would make the Redskins forfeit all games until they changed the name.

    Naturally both of those scenarios would result in massive losses of revenue, which the NFL would not tolerate.

    You either believe in a cause or you don’t.

  63. Mike Florio, when the change does come you should get some of the credit at least in my book. You took a largely unpopular stance against racism by covering this early and often.

  64. It was Chip’s idea, distracting people so they’ll quit talking about what a crappy job he’s doing this year.

  65. If the other owners want the name changed, that’s no bueno for Danny boy. There might actually be a major legal power move which could change the fate of the Skins forever; Dan refuses to change the name and the league and owner might strip him of the franchise. It will take time but the DMV team will only turn the page when Snyder is no longer the owner.

  66. What can you expect from a Washington fan. They have a “tradition” of insensitivity and you are insensitive to them and their fellow traditionalist for for suggesting that they give a second thought to the inequality that is born from a continued derogatory speak/thoughts to a marginalized group of their fellow Americans.

    They have proven time and again that they lack what it takes. Here once again we are shown(sigh).
    There are concepts in that some will never understand… How about this, every time the phrase Politically Correct is about to trigger another one of your mini-Bigot strokes, stop take a deep breath and replace “PC” with word Respectful… I know that it wont be easy, and initially you wont understand why these to ideas are connected, but if you follow this simple step you’ll soon see a difference in the way you feel, you will be less angry and you may find that people are no longer repulsed by the things that come from your mouth.

    Then perhaps some day you can come across someone who differs from yourself and have a real interaction with them. You can start to appreciate that there are experiences and opinions out there held by others that you may not necessarily agree with or fully understand but that won’t mean that they are automatically wrong, an you will no longer feel the need to call them names because of it.

  67. REDSKINS.

    If Philly really has integrity and conviction concerning the team name maybe they should forfeit their two games with the REDSKINS to show us how they really feel.

    Shut up and play.

  68. oh okay so we’ll go ahead and post Eagles vs Raiders Vikings , Buccaneers no and they both have a history of violence killing beating and raping women and fans that have skulls on their shoulder pads that’s deeper than skin. Yeah okay..

  69. So they are being as juvenile as some reporters and broadcasters. Sad that people actually buy into this BS about the name. Where were you all 5-10-20 years ago? Nothing at all wrong with the Redskin name.

  70. I think it’s funny that so many people have their panties in a bunch over them not using the nickname. There was no press conference, statement or any other release denouncing the Washington team, they just chose not to use it. No big deal, right?

  71. Actually, the way philly has played, I think “Eagles” should be offended! I suggest they change their name to the “Philadelphia Beagles” (with apologies to all Beagles)

  72. So I see a hashtag at the bottom of the ad for the game. Let me guess Eagles organization, you want people to see that you are being sensitive to the Native American people and want to create a “trend” on social media?

  73. When you have the freedom of speech you have as much right to be offended as to offend.

    When people don’t want you to have the freedom of speech, they will try to limit both.

  74. The ban won’t last long. Last year, all the ESPN pundits went to the trouble of not saying “Redskins”. This season, it’s Redskins this and Redskins that. When there are so many other important things to worry about in this world, a questionable “racist” term falls very low on the list. Synder should say: Raise $100m and I’ll change it. The name would never change. Everyone is a social media justice warrior until they have to donate time or money, then the name change doesn’t seem so important and they move onto a new cause.

  75. It’s quite frankly amusing, and a profoundly sad, that a team name that’s not meant to be offensive is being acted upon as if it were racist.

    The Native American high school, the the Red Mesa Redskins, chose that name not due to racism, but due to pride and respect. Same story with the Washington Redskins.

    You simply don’t select names which are meant to be insulting for your sports teams. Otherwise sports would be full of team names like “the moronic idiots”. But we don’t see that because people don’t name their teams to offend.

  76. Think you’re mistaking the Eagles poking the Redskins in the eye for wanting to be PC

    With the advent of “social media” we know move even more like schools of tuna from one “great cause” to the next. I wonder sometimes if anyone actually even stands for anything anymore or just yearn to be part of the next great cause.

  77. thesmartest1 says:Sep 30, 2015 10:27 PM

    Everyone is offended by everything. Nearly sickening.

    Exactly! So I have the same question on this topic I have yet to get an anwer on.

    So for a question for the change the name crowd. What is an acceptable name? Should Snyder be allowed to rename it or will we have to have a panel of PC police to ensure no one has their feelings hurt?
    What about Chief Wahoo of the Indians? why is that ok and not under attack?
    How about the Chiefs and Braves fans doing the tomahawk chop? why is that not under fire?

    If you are going to be PC I think you need to pick the whole thing shouldn’t you?

  78. I was born on a reservation in Devil’s Lake North Dakota. Me and my fellow native’s on ND105 reservation do not CARE about the name “Redskins”. If you are faux-offended on our behalf, STOP. We laugh at you, seriously we do, and are embarrassed for you, seriously we are, when you try to feel offended on our behalf. There are a contingent of Redskins fans here on the rez that yell “hail to the Redskins” every Sunday at the Grain Hopper Bar. End this silly crusade; Ray Halbritter is a con-artist and you are eating his garbage. STOP.

  79. “If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?”

    Yes.. clearly the deciding factor on whether or not Native Americans should be offended by the name Redskins is whether or not the Eagles organization is offended. These are the same people who booed Santa, threw snowballs at the Cowboys players, put out a bounty on a kicker and cheered a motionless Michael Irvin. I’m offended by the Eagles..

  80. The proud embrace so many people show of a racist term is truly astonishing.

    The Washington Professional Football Team’s name is a disgraceful joke to most people in the rest of the country, it’s only a matter of time before it gets changed.

    The Washington Bullets changed their name for a far more idiotic reason, and I can understand why you’d be attached to a name that really doesn’t evoke racism to you. But really, it undercuts the team’s credibility almost as much as Snyder does.

  81. “If the name is as honorable and non-offensive as the franchise and the league insist it is, why would any of the other NFL franchises not use it proudly and consistently?”

    Uh, its called the PC crowd.

  82. Help me out here. When the New Orleans Hornets changed their name to the New Orleans Pelicans and then Michael Jordan acquired the Hornets name and changed his team from the Charlotte Bobcats back to the Charlotte Hornets, why was their no outcry then?
    Mr. Snyder: You can actually make $$$ on new apparel by changing the name. Remember when the Bullets became the Wizards? Of course there will always be those die-hards that want to cling onto the old name to prove a point. “for tradition’s sake” or something crazy like that. We all know, the original owner was a racist, which is how they got that name in the first place.

  83. I decided that I will no longer use any sports team names which mock our national symbol. It’s a symbol which many things to many people — freedom, strength, fierceness, and vision. Things which are mocked by the devastation Chip Kelly has wreaked upon this once proud symbol.

    Our nation is undeserving of such mockery and, as such, the nickname deserves not to be used.

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