BOOM: Washington Redskins President Tells PC Police to Keep Their New Stadium, We’re Not Giving Up Our Name

Screen Shot 2015-08-17 at 9.43.51 AMI thought this PC culture was against bullying? Isn’t that exactly what they’re doing to this football team?

Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen said the team will not reconsider changing its name — even if it’s a political barrier to a potential new stadium.

The Redskins have started the process of finding a new home, exploring potential sites in Maryland, where they now play; Washington, D.C., where they used to play; and Virginia, where they train. But Allen supplied a short answer when asked about changing the name stance to build a new home.

“No,” he said.

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Despite protests from Native Americans and others, the Redskins have maintained they won’t change their longtime nickname. But Interior Secretary Sally Jewell opposes the team name, which could prove to be a hindrance if the Redskins want to return to Washington, D.C.

It’s an issue because there isn’t much land available in the district, but one potential spot would be where RFK Stadium, their former home, now stands.

Read more: ESPN


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