The Washington Football Team is set to make an official announcement on their new team name in less than a week. However, some Internet sleuths may have discovered the team's new name a bit earlier than expected. According to Sporting News, a Twitter user noticed that the Commanders.com domain had been transferred to California-based MarkMonitor — the company the NFL uses to control most of its domain names for its teams and brands.
Winning solves a lot, but it doesn’t silence the issue with the name of the Kansas City Chiefs and traditions like “The Chop.”
The U.S. House Oversight Committee will hold a roundtable discussion next week with former Washington Football Team employees about workplace misconduct and sexual harassment. The discussion is set for Feb. 3, a day after Washington reveals its new name. The committee announced the roundtable Thursday.