Redskins Are Now Calling Up Random Native Americans To Fly Out For Photo Ops

Dan Snyder

The Washington team is getting desperate. Setting up a foundation didn’t go so well. Neither did trying to Twitter troll Harry Reid. Next step: call up random Native Americans and fly them out for photo ops.

Here’s what Chariman Joseph Holley, leader of a small Nevada tribe, had to say to  USA Today Sports

“Someone working for the team called me out of the blue to invite me to a meeting in D.C. with the team and its owners and wanted to know what I thought of the team name,” Holley said in an NCAI statement released to USA TODAY Sports. “They did not tell me what the meeting was about, what I would be doing or who else was invited and wanted my answer in just a few hours. My answer was no. I’ve got responsibilities to my community and members here at home and can’t be running off to D.C. at a moment’s notice to meet with a football team to do who knows what.”

Just change the name. Please.

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[Photo via USA Today Sports]

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