Sean Labar via Washington Post

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder purchased ten t-shirts supporting the decision to stay with the controversial team name with the slogan "Keep The Name."

By Extra Mustard
August 04, 2014

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder purchased 10 fan made T-shirts supporting his decision to continue calling the team by their controversial nickname, according to The Washington Post's Dan Steinberg.

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Sean Labar and Shelby Myers were selling the shirts emblazoned with the slogan "Keep The Name" outside of Washington's Fan Appreciation Day on Saturday when Snyder and his security team puled up in a black Escalade, thanked the fans for their support and purchased four of the shirts.

Labar told the Post the owner's bodyguards later returned and bought six more for Snyder.

[Washington Post]

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