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Welcome To The MLB Guardians! Ranking the Best Name Changes of the Last Fifteen Years

On July 23rd, the Cleveland Indians shocked the baseball world when they announced they were changing their name to the Guardians. The name Indians had become controversial in the last few years along with the team’s logo. This lead to internal discussions in Cleveland about whether it was worth it to keep the name or if they should change it to something more inclusive for the city. Out of nowhere, they introduced the Guardians to the world, adding to the long list of teams that have changed their names in the last fifteen years. Here is a ranking of which teams did it the best and which ones dropped the ball.
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Jennifer King on Being the First Black Female Full-Time NFL Coach: I Had to Be 'So Good I Couldn't Be Denied'

Jennifer King never set out to be the "first" of anything. She just always wanted to be the best. That motivation and hustle took her all the way to the NFL when she joined as assistant coach for the Washington Football team, making her the first African American female assistant position coach in the league's history. King is also only the second female assistant position coach in the NFL behind Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant defensive line coach Lori Locust.
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Jerry Jones Says the Cowboys Will ‘Have a Lot of Prayer’ Before Playing a Top NFC Contender in 2021

It’s finally time for that annual tradition where Dallas Cowboys fans think their team has a chance to win a Super Bowl when — in reality — they’re not even a contender. The Cowboys certainly have high expectations this year since they improved their defense and will bring back Dak Prescott from injury. But they shouldn’t be considered one of the best teams in the NFC just yet, and owner Jerry Jones appears to know it.

McElroy: Predicting 9-8 and a playoff appearance for the Washington Football team

The Washington Football Team was here. Unlike in previous years, the team didn’t spend weeks in Richmond, rather just four days of practice and walk-throughs. There were familiar sights: Fans on the hill, cheers when a good catch was made or a solid pass break-up happened, and boos reigning down when “that guy” wearing a Dallas Cowboys jersey came strolling through the crowd.

Washington Football fans get a chance to chat with players

Fans at the Washington Football Team training camp had a chance to come chat with players and ask one on one questions after practice Friday. Players were available via zoom here in the player interactive zone. "I've been a fan of the washington football team my whole life" Christopher Reedy...

Washington Football Team training camp offering COVID-19 vaccinations

Yesterday, Washington Football team head coach Ron Rivera expressed his disappointment that only just over 50% of his players have received COVID-19 vaccinations, falling behind the NFL's total of 85%. "I think it's frustrating especially because last year we were the number one team in covid. and now for whatever...

“..It is wonderful having them back..” Washington’s Logan Thomas on fans being back, and his contract

RICHMOND, Va. (WDVM) – The first practice day for the Washington Football team was elevated by the near 3,000 fans that packed the hill at Richmond. Plenty of fan favorites sparked conversation through social media; including the connection many fans hope to see live on the field this season between star wide-receiver Terry McLaurin, and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Washington begins training camp in Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. (WFXR) – The Washington Football team is in Richmond for the start of training camp this week. Washington will only be in Richmond this week and they will be relocating their training camp to their training facility in Ashburn for the remainder of the camp next week. Washington is ending an NFC East Division championship season. Ron Rivera is in his sophomore year as the head coach. When it comes to Washington’s COVID-19 vaccination rate, Rivera isn’t pleased with his ball club. Rivera would just say the team is over 50 percent while the nearly half of the league has a 90 percent vaccination rate among their players.

Logan Thomas inks three-year extension with Washington

The Washington Football have signed TE Logan Thomas to a three-year extension on Tuesday. (Mike Garafolo on Twitter) Thomas had a career year with Washington in 2020, hauling in 72 catches on 110 targets for 670 yards and six touchdowns across 16 games. He had 19% of the team’s target percentage last season, sixth among all tight ends. The 30-year-old remains in Washington for the next three seasons and expects to play a vital role in the passing game in 2021. Washington did bring in wide receivers Curtis Samuel, Adam Humphries, and third-round pick Dyami Brown in the offseason. Thomas may not see as heavy of a volume of targets as he did in 2020, but with an improved offense and better quarterback play (Ryan Fitzpatrick), the veteran TE should produce for fantasy managers in 2021. Thomas is borderline TE1 and currently 12th among all tight ends in the latest expert consensus draft rankings.

Chiefs name remains, mascot ‘Warpaint’ to retire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KWCH) - The Kansas City Chiefs won’t be changing the team’s name anytime soon, according to the franchise’s president Mark Donovan. The NFL team intends to keep its name. The decision comes after Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians announced its name will change to the Cleveland Guardians...
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Washington Football Team ensures defensive strength with Jonathan Allen

Jonathan Allen has been a reliable player for the Washington Football team and has now been rewarded for his services with an extension. In today’s NFL, you need a player like Washington Football Team defensive lineman Jonathan Allen, one that produces at a high level and enough so to receive a nice contract extension. The former first-round pick from Alabama will continue to play football in the nation’s capital after signing a four-year, $72 million extension with a $30 million signing bonus, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
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Why progress is bigger than results for 2021 Detroit Lions

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers ended their month-long feud on Tuesday when the “Jeopardy!” The host and all-pro quarterback signed up for work. As illogical as it sounds – a three-time MVP making (likely) one final run at a Super Bowl with its division rival – that’s good news for the Detroit Lions.

NFL Players Won’t Be Paid If Found Guilty for Outbreak

The NFL came out and announced their new rules for any sort of outbreak especially if they are unvaccinated. This would therefore result in forfeiture of games followed by loss of pay for the whole 2021 season. As amusing and sad as it might sound, it sure is true and...