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Cleveland Indians Seek Fan Feedback on Chief Wahoo Logo

The intensifying debate over the Washington Redskins nickname seems to have prompted at least one other professional club, the Cleveland Indians, to reassess their usage of Native American imagery in their logo. At the end of every season, the Cleveland Indians survey the fans on a variety of topics. This year's survey included a question about their well-known Chief Wahoo logo, pictured above. Oct 23, 2013 4:40 PM PT

Giants Get First Win of Season Against Vikings

In a game without much offensive production from either team, the New York Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 to give the Giants their first win of the season. Eli Manning completed 23 of 39 passes for 200 yards and one touchdown, committing no turnovers in a game for the first time this season. Oct 21, 2013 9:30 PM PT

Poll: Eagles QB Michael Vick Most Disliked Player in NFL

In a survey conducted by E-Poll Market Research and released by Forbes, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick was the most disliked player in the NFL with 53% of the 1,100 respondents to the survey saying they disliked Vick. The controversial quarterback was signed by the Eagles in 2009 following 19 months in prison on dogfighting charges. Oct 21, 2013 8:47 PM PT

New York Jets Fan Punches Woman After Win over Patriots

Video has emerged of a New York Jets fan punching a woman in the face during a fight following the Jets controversial and close victory over the New England Patriots. The identity of the man who struck the woman has not been released, but a Jets spokesperson said that the club was aware of the incident, detained those involved in the fight, and turned over the matter to the New Jersey State Police. Oct 21, 2013 9:26 AM PT

Oneida Indian Nation Touts Recent Favorable Poll on Redskins Name Change, Ignores Unfavorable Polls

The Oneida Indian Nation, the group spearheading the Redskins' name change effort, has released results from a poll of 500 Washington D.C. area adults showing 59% of respondents say American Indians would have a right to feel offended if called "redskin." However, a glaring omission from the poll is whether the respondents felt the usage of "Redskin" in a team name is offensive. Oct 17, 2013 9:15 PM PT

Texans Fans Cheer QB Matt Schaub Injury

When Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub went down with an ankle injury during Sunday's 38-13 loss, some fans at Texans' Reliant Stadium cheered when they saw Schaub on the ground. The volume of the cheers increased as backup QB T.J. Yates came on to replace him. Oct 16, 2013 8:06 AM PT

Oneida Indian Nation Ad Claims Bipartisan Agreement on Redskins Name Change

Oneida Indian Nation, the group spearheading the Washington Redskins name change effort, is launching an ad in Dallas this week stating that politicians agree on changing the Redskins name even though an Associated Press poll found that only 11% of Americans wanted a name change. Oct 10, 2013 3:33 PM PT

Psychologist: Redskins Owner's Refusal to Change Name Harassment, Poses Health Risks

The Washington Redskins name-change controversy has picked up steam recently, and the Oneida Indians, an American Indian group spearheading the name change effort, held a symposium in Washington, D.C. on Monday to discuss the issue. At the symposium, clinical psychologist Michael Friedman, a panelist at the event, said Redskins owner Dan Snyder's statement that he would never change the team's name is a form of harassment. Oct 7, 2013 8:30 PM PT

Boston Marathon Victims Learning to Run Again

Not willing to be held down for long, Boston Marathon bombing victims are learning to run once again. Several of the severely wounded victims of the April 15 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon have been attempting to run on new prosthetic legs at a clinic at Harvard University. Oct 6, 2013 7:45 PM PT

Gov't Shutdown Shuts Down 49ers' Whitner Name Change

Earlier this week, hard-hitting San Fransisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner announced he was legally changing his name to Donte "Hitner." Whitner's reason for changing his name to Hitner was to protest the penalties and fines he is sure to receive due to his tough style of play on the field. Oct 6, 2013 7:43 PM PT

Report: Condoleezza Rice to Be on College Football Playoff Selection Committee

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to be on next year's selection committee for the inaugural College Football Playoff. The panel is expected to be made up of mostly of athletic directors and former athletic administrators and coaches. There will be one former journalist on the panel as well. Oct 5, 2013 7:59 AM PT

Toronto Raptors Turn to Drake to Establish Relevance

The Toronto Raptors have signed rapper Drake to be their global ambassador as the team looks to invigorate its brand ahead of hosting the 2016 NBA All-Star Game. Drake follows the line of rappers, such as Jay-Z, who have become involved with major NBA franchises in an effort to increase the club's visibility and profitability. Sep 30, 2013 3:11 PM PT

Cubs Fire Manager Dale Sveum After Two Seasons

The Chicago Cubs have fired manager Dale Sveum after only two seasons of work after the club finished last in the NL Central for the first time in seven years. In Sveum's two-year tenure as manager, the Cubs have lost more games (197) than any other two-year stretch in the team's history. Sep 30, 2013 3:09 PM PT

Wilfork Out for Season with Torn Achilles

The New England Patriots won Sunday night's road game against the Atlanta Falcons, but lost their difference maker in the middle on defense, defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, possibly for the rest of the year, with a torn right Achilles. The injury occurred in the first quarter on the Falcons' first possession when Wilfork appeared to step on another player's foot. Wilfork limped to the sideline under his own power after the play, but was later taken off the field on a cart. Sep 30, 2013 9:23 AM PT


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