"I admire the Redskins name," the late Jack Kent Cooke, whose family sold the team to Dan Snyder in 1999, once said. "I think it stands for bravery, courage and a stalwart spirit, and I see no reason why we shouldn't continue to use it."
EDITORIAL: Feds patently wrong about the Redskins name
After games such as Sunday's, it seems "as inevitable as tomorrow, though not quite as imminent," as Jack Kent Cooke liked to say.
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