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Courtland Milloy wrote another column about changing the name of the local NFL team.
The Washington Post’s comments section has attracted a lot of folks who’d rather never be reminded that “wounded knee” can have a meaning beyond Chris Cooley’s recent surgery.
The poster going by “Eman8” offered a typical critique of Milloy’s piece: “Another plea to change the name of the Redskins. How about an article titled “it’s time to give up trying to change the name of the Redskins?”
Good for Milloy for not letting the issue die. The name’s gonna change, after all.
On a related note, Sam Bradford is being called “the second best rookie quarterback of the past 25 years.“
No question, the Redskins coulda used that redskin!
I can say that, right?