For in any event another season, D.C’s. NFL group will keep on being known as the Washington Football Team.
Be that as it may, the establishment is as yet looking for contribution for a more perpetual and less conventional substitution of the moniker it dropped last season.
Based on a not insignificant rundown of up-and-comers the group shipped off season-ticket holders this week, they’re not near sorting this out.
Group president Jason Wright sent a note to prepare ticket holders alongside a rundown of 19 distinct names to browse. He tried to take note of that this was anything but a genuine decision in what the new group name will be, however the following stage in the data gathering measure as the establishment considers its future marking.
19 names to look over
Right away, here’s the most recent rundown of proposed names, civility of NBC Sports Washington’s JP Finlay:
Different alternatives cut off by the Twitter implant above are:
- The Washington Renegades
- The Washington DC Football Club (DCFC)
- The Washington Monarchs
- The Washington Presidents
It’s a wide rundown that hopes to claim various socioeconomics including old-school fans (Washington Wild Hogs), soccer fans (The Washington DC Football Club, Washington Capital City Football Club) and fans not prepared to relinquish the “Red” bit of the previous epithet (Washington Rubies, Washington Redwolves).
There are gestures to the group’s D.C. area (Washington Presidents, Washington Ambassadors, Washington Commanders) and an irregular reference to a type of government the United States was birthed contrary to (The Washington Monarchs) — or is that about butterflies?
And afterward there’s the Washington Warriors — which may hit excessively near the moniker that was ousted a year ago.
The Washington Football Team isn’t recorded as a choice here, which seems to demonstrate that the current name probably won’t be a perpetual alternative, a thought that Wright glided in March. Whatever the new name winds up, it actually has all the earmarks of being far from being chosen.