The Redskins first started in as the Boston Braves where they played at Braves Field. Owner George Marshall soon renamed the team to the Boston Redskins. Later he moved the team to current home Washington D.C. and thus the team became the Washington Redskins. They currently play at FedEx Field. The tean has won three Super Bowls, most recently in the 1991 season against the Buffalo Bills. Washington has a lengthy and heated rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys.
The team's name and logo was long a source of controversy due to the term being used as a slur against Native Americans. Team owner Dan Snyder was defiant that the name would not change until, over the summer of 2020, the name was finally changed. It was one of many notable changes across popular culture in response to increased Black Lives Matter protests after the police murder of George Floyd in Minnesota. The team currently goes by "Washington Football Team," and are still in the process of deciding a new mascot. As a short hand the team is usually referred to as simply "Washington" or "WFT." The team also retired their logo, replacing it with simply a W.