Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser is transforming her tune with an end goal to take the Redskins back to Washington.
Numerous individuals need the Washington Redskins to change their name. However, owner Daniel Snyder has persuaded some local leaders to keep using the nickname some consider a racial slur.
Before, she said a name change ought to be a piece of any discussions about taking the group back to D.C
But the mayor recently started using the name in TV and radio interviews.
“We know the ideal area for the Redskins is the place they played for quite a long time effectively,” Bowser said.
Different sources, including a senior Bowser administration authority, told Wasington Journal the leader has been encouraged to begin utilizing the name as an approach to show great confidence with owner Dan Snyder.
The Redskins played their last game at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington, D.C., in 1996. The following year, the group moved to Jack Kent Cooke Stadium in Landover, Maryland. The stadium was later renamed FedExField.