Sam Mellinger

June 25, 2014 4:05 PM

Woman behind fight against Washington’s NFL nickname says Chiefs should be on guard

With Washington’s NFL team nickname under growing scrutiny, the woman who in 2005 helped launch a successful trademark challenge against that organization predicts it won’t be long before the Chiefs are hearing a similar outcry. The Chiefs are aware of it, and are preparing accordingly.

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