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Washington Redskins owner and marketing executive Daniel Snyder is used to getting grief about the name of his football team, which many consider offensive. Recently, President Obama himself hinted that a new name might be a good idea, and NFL officials have agreed to meet with representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation, one of Snyder's more vocal critics, to discuss their concerns. Through the latest wave of negative press, Snyder has remained resolute about making no change, citing the name's importance to the franchise's long history.
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