Linebacker Will Compton said he had "drank the Kool-Aid."
The team has fired its opening shot in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The civil liberties group is siding with Daniel Snyder in his trademark fight.
Republican Ajit Pai declined to give his personal views on the use of the team’s name.
Three Native Americans filed a petition opposing a broadcasting license of a Fox affiliate.
They filed petitions asking the agency to reject a license for Dan Snyder's radio station.
Coburn blamed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).
Tom Wheeler said the name was not "appropriate" but suggested the FCC wouldn't force change.
The team expressed confidence in a win, pointing to a "virtually identical" case in 2003.
Hillary Clinton said there is "no reason for it to continue as a name of a team."
The former GOP congressman was discussing the Redskins controversy on his radio show.
Reid and other Democrats have urged the team to change its name.
“They have to give it up, it’s a loser for them," he said of the team name.
Team owner Daniel Snyder has donated $100,000 to a pro-Bush super-PAC.
The FCC determined the name "Redskins" is not profane.
Del. Holmes Norton urged FCC to "get this racial slur off the air."
Critics are using “meritless” arguments against the team's name, a radio station claimed.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has previously criticized the team's name as offensive.
The measure slams the league for its promotion of the Washington Redskins.
The Florida senator says changing the Redskins' name should be left to the owners.
Eleanor Holmes Norton says Roger Goodell and Dan Snyder should be ashamed.
He stuck to his position that he would likely change the name if he owned the team.
The lawyer for the Redskins said the team is confident it will win on appeal.
Del. Eni Faleomavaega (D), the American Samoa's non-voting representative in Congress, on Wednesday...