Washington Football Team Seeks Input For Rebrand

From now through April 5, the Washington Football Team is accepting submissions for its ongoing rebrand, including suggestions for a new nickname, logo and uniforms. According to a press release, the franchise has received more than 15,000 entries thus far from every state and territory in the United States, as

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Washington Football Team Won’t Have New Nickname Until 2022

The Washington Football Team’s placeholder name will remain intact for a second season, as the franchise’s official website dedicated to the rebrand recently released a statement that says a new identity won’t be ready until 2022.  “We’ve transitioned from our old name. Now it’s time to write a new legacy,”

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Washington Football Team President Shares Latest On Rebrand

Washington Football Team president Jason Wright recently sat down with ESPN’s John Keim for a wide-ranging interview that included a few notes about the franchise’s ongoing rebrand. Wright said that Washington has filed for trademarks on more than 30 different nicknames, but also noted the name of choice might not

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Washington Football Team To Honor Franchise Icon Bobby Mitchell With Uniform Patch

The Washington Football Team will wear a uniform patch this season to honor late halfback/flanker Bobby Mitchell, who died in April at age 84. Mitchell, the first black player in franchise history, had his number retired in June, joining late quarterback Sammy Baugh, who wore No. 33, as the only

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Washington Football Team Rebrand Could Take 18 Months, Coach Says

When the Washington Football Team earlier this month announced plans to retire its controversial nickname and logo, the hope was to have a new identity before the 2020 season. But over the last few weeks, the franchise realized a proper rebranding process takes time, especially when the goal is to create

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Washington Redskins To Temporarily Change Name To Washington Football Team

As first reported on Thursday morning by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Washington Redskins will now call themselves the Washington Football Team until they adopt a new nickname in the future. Washington, which earlier this month announced plans to retire the controversial Redskins name and logo at the conclusion of a

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Navajo Nation Wants Code Talkers To Become Washington Redskins’ New Nickname

Shortly after the Washington Redskins announced plans to retire their controversial nickname and logo, Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez offered a suggestion that would honor both Native Americans and the United States Military.  “(This) is now a historic day for all Indigenous peoples around the world as the NFL’s Washington-based

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Help Rebrand The Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins have been conducting a “thorough review” of their controversial nickname in recent weeks, and on Monday morning announced they will officially retire their nickname and logo upon completion of the review. “(Owner) Dan Snyder and coach (Ron) Rivera are working closely to develop a new name and

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Redskins To Undergo “Thorough Review” of Name

Just one day after stadium sponsor FedEx requested a change, the Washington Redskins on Friday morning announced they will conduct a thorough review of their controversial nickname.  “This process allows the team to take into account not only the proud tradition and history of the franchise but also input from

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FedEx Asks Redskins to Change Nickname

FedEx Corporation, a delivery service that holds the naming rights to the stadium in which the Washington Redskins play, made a request on Thursday evening asking the team to change its nickname. “We have communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name,” FedEx said

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