Mardirossian also registered Washington Bravehearts, LLC, which many people thought was an indication that the controversial Redskins nickname might be getting retired. According to Mardirossian’s application, the name was designed for "Entertainment in the nature of football games."
Registered or not, it doesn’t sound like the Bravehearts will be replacing the Redskins. Spokesman Tony Wyllie said Snyder doesn't even know Mardirossian.
"I just want to set the record straight for everyone listening, just to let you know that there is absolutely no connection between the Washington Bravehearts and the person that registered that trademark, and the Washington Redskins," Wyllie said. "I'm letting you know right now there's no connection at all whatsoever between the organization and the registration of that trademark.”
"In fact, the person that's reported in that story, the alleged neighbor of Daniel Snyder, Dan doesn't even know the man. So I just want to let you know, Dan (doesn't) know the man, so please, people, stop panicking, there's no connection."
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