Kansas City Keeps Chiefs Name But Boots Out Mascot
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The Kansas City Chiefs will keep their name after other NFL teams have made changes in the name of political correctness.
Team president Mark Donovan said Monday the Chiefs, like the MLB’s Atlanta Braves, have no plans to change the name, but they are retiring the horse mascot, “Warpaint.”
“We have a really good American Indian working group that provides us real guidance and feedback and perspective on this issue,” Donovan said Monday at a news conference.
In 2020, the Chiefs announced a ban on American Indian-style face paint and headdresses at its home games. Now they plan to do away with the pregame running of “Warpaint,” the horse mascot
The Cleveland Indians announced they will be called the Guardians next year and the Washington Football Team retired its name and logo last year.