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If one dirtbag comes to the aid of another dirtbag, does that nullify their inhumanity or make it exponentially worse?
The granddaughter of original Redskins owner George P. Marshall has come out against the team’s name. Let’s look at some of sports’ other unfortunate mascots and nicknames of the past and present.
While this news puts more pressure on Daniel Snyder to change the name, it doesn’t really mean you can make bootleg Redskins stuff and sell it on your front lawn. Here’s why.
Over the past couple weeks, I’ve ranked the 2014 NFL rookies for fantasy football purposes and it got me to thinking about how writers and fantasy experts are usually bigger fans of sophomores than they are rookies. So I ranked the top 15 fantasy sophomores, and that got me to thinking that the 2012 fantasy rookies might not have been as good as we initially thought.
In The End, The U.S. Patent Office, Not Public Demand, May Force Washington D.C.’s NFL Team To Change Its Nickname
Daniel Snyder remains defiant, vowing that he will never change his team’s nickname. And no one can make him! He is a rock! He cannot be beaten! He … wait! Is that The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s music I hear??
From nickname protests to hot dog attacks to a vendor being robbed at taser-point, this is not a good year to be associated with this franchise.