But the curious part about the patent application is that the plans were to use the name for "Entertainment in the nature of football games." (Via The Wall Street Journal)
But let's not get ahead of ourselves here. According to a representative from the Redskins, people are looking a little too closely at the smoke signals.
The website Pro Football Talk released a statement sent out by the Redskins saying: "There is no connection between the trademark and the Washington Redskins. Dan Snyder does not know the man that was reported in the story."
So for now it looks like Snyder is still not caving to voiced concerns from President Obama, League Commissioner Roger Goodell and countless Native Americans about the name. (Via WJLA)
But the mental image of Mel Gibson in Scottish garb on the sidelines was good while it lasted. (Via Mirror)
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