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The level headed discussion over whether the name of Washington's NFL group is an affront is "inept" and the individuals who restrict it are "foolish,'' as indicated by fanciful mentor, telecaster and Hall of Fame player Mike Ditka.

"This is so dumb its shocking,'' Ditka, now an ESPN investigator, told the site redskinshistorian.com, "and I trust pay per headthat manager continues battling for it and never shows signs of change it, in light of the fact that the Redskins are piece of an American football history, and it ought to never be anything other than the Washington Redskins. That is the way it is.

The level headed discussion over whether the name of Washington's NFL group is an affront is "inept" and the individuals who restrict it are "foolish,'' as indicated by fanciful mentor, telecaster and Hall of Fame player Mike Ditka.

"This is so dumb its shocking,'' Ditka, now an ESPN investigator, told the site redskinshistorian.com, "and I trust that manager continues battling for it and never shows signs of change it, in light of the fact that the Redskins are piece of an American football history, and it ought to never be anything other than the Washington Redskins. That is the way it is.

"It's been the name of the group since the start of football. It has nothing to do with something that happened of late, or something that some person concocted. This was the name, period. Allow it to sit unbothered. These individuals are senseless — foolish, really, as I would like to think."

The sound from the site was interpreted by the Washington Post and distributed Tuesday.

Ditka's remarks opened up to the world one day after two other NFL supporters, NBC's Tony Dungy and CBS's Phil Simms, both said they likely won't utilize the group name amid their telecasts this season.

Of the name, Ditka included, "It was said out of love, out of pride to the American Indian. Despite the fact that it was known as a Redskin, what are you going to call them, a Brownskin?