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Letter to Washington Redskins Fans from Dan Snyder

What are your thoughts?  I’m with keeping the name.  It’s not meant in any disrespect but respect!  I didn’t know about the head coach being Native American either!

To Everyone in our Washington Redskins Nation:

As loyal fans, you deserve to know that everyone in the Washington Redskins organization – our players, coaches and staff – are truly privileged to represent this team and everything it stands for.  We are relentlessly committed to our fans and to the sustained long-term success of this franchise.

That’s why I want to reach out to you – our fans – about a topic I wish to address directly: the team name, “Washington Redskins.”  While our focus is firmly on the playing field, it is important that you hear straight from me on this issue.  As the owner of the Redskins and a lifelong fan of the team, here is what I believe … and why I believe it.    

Like so many of you, I was born a fan of the Washington Redskins.  I still remember my first Redskins game.  Most people do.  I was only six, but I remember coming through the tunnel into the stands at RFK with my father, and immediately being struck by the enormity of the stadium and the passion of the fans all around me. 

I remember how quiet it got when the Redskins had the ball, and then how deafening it was when we scored.  The ground beneath me seemed to move and shake, and I reached up to grab my father’s hand.  The smile on his face as he sang that song … he’s been gone for 10 years now, but that smile, and his pride, are still with me every day.

That tradition – the song, the cheer – it mattered so much to me as a child, and I know it matters to every other Redskins fan in the D.C. area and across the nation. 

Our past isn’t just where we came from—it’s who we are.

As some of you may know, our team began 81 years ago – in 1932 – with the name “Boston Braves.”  The following year, the franchise name was changed to the “Boston Redskins.”  On that inaugural Redskins team, four players and our Head Coach were Native Americans.  The name was never a label.  It was, and continues to be, a badge of honor.

In 1971, our legendary coach, the late George Allen, consulted with the Red Cloud Athletic Fund located on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and designed our emblem on the Redskins helmets. Several years later, Coach Allen was honored by the Red Cloud Athletic Fund.  On the wall at our Ashburn, Virginia, offices is the plaque given to Coach Allen – a source of pride for all of us. “Washington Redskins” is more than a name we have called our football team for over eight decades.  It is a symbol of everything we stand for: strength, courage, pride, and respect – the same values we know guide Native Americans and which are embedded throughout their rich history as the original Americans.   

I’ve listened carefully to the commentary and perspectives on all sides, and I respect the feelings of those who are offended by the team name.  But I hope such individuals also try to respect what the name means, not only for all of us in the extended Washington Redskins family, but among Native Americans too. 

Consider the following facts concerning the “Washington Redskins” name:

1) The highly respected Annenberg Public Policy Center polled nearly 1,000 self-identified Native Americans from across the continental U.S. and found that 90% of Native Americans did not find the team name “Washington Redskins” to be “offensive.”  

2) In an April 2013 Associated Press survey, 79% of the respondents stated the Washington Redskins should not change their name, while only 11% believed the team’s name should change. 

Paul Woody, a columnist for the Richmond Times Dispatch, interviewed three leaders of Virginia Native American tribes this May.  They were all quoted by Mr. Woody as stating that the team name doesn’t offend them – and their comments strongly supported the name “Washington Redskins.” Also in May, SiriusXM NFL Radio hosted Robert Green, the longtime and recently retired Chief of the Fredericksburg-area Patawomeck Tribe, who said, among other things:

            “Frankly, the members of my tribe – the vast majority – don’t find it offensive.  I’ve been a Redskins fan for years. And to be honest with you, I would be offended if they did change [the name, Redskins….This is] an attempt by somebody…to completely remove the Indian identity from anything and pretty soon… you have a wipeout in society of any reference to Indian people….You can’t rewrite history – yes there were some awful bad things done to our people over time, but naming the Washington football team the Redskins, we don’t consider to be one of those bad things.”

Our franchise has a great history, tradition and legacy representing our proud alumni and literally tens of millions of loyal fans worldwide.  We have participated in some of the greatest games in NFL history, and have won five World Championships.  We are proud of our team and the passion of our loyal fans.  Our fans sing “Hail to the Redskins” in celebration at every Redskins game.  They speak proudly of “Redskins Nation” in honor of a sports team they love.

So when I consider the Washington Redskins name, I think of what it stands for. I think of the Washington Redskins traditions and pride I want to share with my three children, just as my father shared with me – and just as you have shared with your family and friends.

I respect the opinions of those who disagree.  I want them to know that I do hear them, and I will continue to listen and learn.  But we cannot ignore our 81 year history, or the strong feelings of most of our fans as well as Native Americans throughout the country.  After 81 years, the team name “Redskins” continues to hold the memories and meaning of where we came from, who we are, and who we want to be in the years to come.

We are Redskins Nation … and we owe it to our fans and coaches and players, past and present, to preserve that heritage.

With Respect and Appreciation, 

 Dan Snyder

PS.  Wherever I go, I see Redskins bumper stickers, Redskins decals, Redskins t-shirts, Redskins … everything.  I know how much this team means to you, and it means everything to me as well.  Always has.  I salute your passion and your pride for the Burgundy & Gold.

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I lived in Greene County Virginia for about 5 years of my childhood. This span of time was enough to imprint the love of the Washington Redskins (and hate of the Dallas Cowboys) into my life forever, even though I am Canadian and still live in Canada. I am in no way an expert on sports, football, or even the Redskins, but I do absolutely adore them, their fans and their home state(s). My favourite Redskin is and will always be Darrell Green (not because we share the same last name lol). I've adored Chris Cooley since he joined the team from the 2004 draft and love London Fletcher. Hail to the Redskins! See you October 30th in my home town of Toronto.


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  1. Steven Keys Oct 9 20135:39 pm

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    I’m with you, Mercedes (“keeping the name”) (See: “”Redskins” Winning Hearts & Minds,” 7-4-13, PSB), and if polling is any indication (a measure the Anti-side avoid), so too are most American Indians. So what’s all the fuss? DC City Council has a ‘Napoleonic Complex’ going, enlisted PC forces and then called in President Obama for a boost when the movement was losing steam. Not Barack’s most courageous decision yet.

  2. Luke Easter Oct 12 20137:26 pm

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    “Redskins”

    Here’s a piece of information most people have never heard,

    “Redskins” to the American Indian is equal to the, “N” word,

    Remember the, “Frito Bandito” & the uprising of Hispanics?

    Like then, people feel there is no cause for worldwide panic.

    But it is not about most people, who have not had their home,

    Stolen by outsiders building cities where Buffalo used to roam,

    Death to those refusing to forget their birthright native tongue,

    Burned at the stake and/or firing squads in front of their young.

    An offensive & derogatory term referring to Native Americans.

    The U.S. paying for each Indian killed is from whence it begins,

    In lieu of carrying bodies killers would present scalps for pay,

    Since, “Redskins” was offensive then many feel it still is today.

    Some believe the use of “Red” is as a color metaphor for race,

    Others say,it constitutes war paint donned on a warriors face,

    Does it really matter when a nation, not immigrants, shall say?

    They’re the ones to determine that & they want it taken away.

    However, the all powerful National Football League says no,

    Not compensating concussions suffered by former players so,

    Players sue, legal action, settlement reached & mucho denari,

    NFL gets to admit no wrongdoing not even to say we’re sorry.

    Native Americans do not like to use, “Red” like Rappers use, “N,”

    From the derogatory definition associated with both now and then,

    How African American youth seem to take pride in slinging it back,

    Slave ships or Times Square, it is still demeaning and that is a fact.

    “I will never change the name Redskins, you can put that in CAPS,”

    So says team owner, Daniel Synder in a stubborn vocal facial slap,

    President Obama weighed in and that’s supposed to incite a scare?

    GOP refuses a compromise on the shutdown because of Obamacare.

    Billion$ Industry v. Nation where the game is played on stolen land,

    Fan based contest to come up with a new Moniker, so easily they can,

    Concerned with safety too bad helmets are not hard as Synder’s head,

    Those saying, “Redskins” should not be changed are legally brain dead.

    1. Steven Keys Oct 12 201310:22 pm

      Reply

      Because you want to change the moniker (“Redskins”), the burden is upon you to make a case, with some facts. Don’t just hurl insults (“legally brain dead”) like a bratty child and make generalized, assumptory statements, that is, if you want to pursuade undecided readers.

  3. Steve Massey Oct 14 201311:43 am

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    Good for you Steven Keys for pointing out to Luke Easter (though I suspect that he is really Bob Costas writing under an alias) that mudslinging is not the best way to make ones point.

    Personally, I think it’s something that should be examined, but not whilst facing the point of the bayonet of political correctness. I am sick and tired of living in an hypersensitive PC world where if anyone is offended by anything, then everyone, including the overwhelming majority, should bend to the will of the offended party.

    To answer your question Ms. Green, I too, am in favor of keeping the name and logo (one of the coolest in sports), at least until the PC pressure blows over.

    Great topic, thanks for sharing.

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