Redskins get 'new' old look
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The Washington Redskins debuted new uniforms on Wednesday that replace the Indian head logo with a spear and feathers.

The uniforms are part of the team's 70th anniversary and were not planned in response to complaints about the offensiveness, the team said. After the year is up, the Indian head will come back.

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