When football season rolls around, CBS isn’t cracking down on the controversial Washington Redskins name. According to Pro Football Talk, the network is allowing their announcers to decide for themselves whether they use the name or not. CBS Sports
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Six days ago, the Seattle Times dropped the term from it's paper and now the Detroit News is doing so.
In today’s politically correct climate, it is becoming more and more apparent that the Washington Redskins organization should change its team name. The team nickname “Redskins” was originally created in an outdated era of American history when racial epithets
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Tuck and O’Neill talk to Yahoo Sports Frank Schwab about the Washington Redskins nickname controversy. Why you should listen: Tuck and O’Neill discuss the Washington Redskins name controversy with Frank Schwab of Yahoo Sports. Schwab discusses how the NFL
The sports editor of the Seattle Times, Don Shelton, is refusing the term 'Redskins' cross their printing machines.