Challenge to Redskins name begins anew at hearing

Updated: March 7, 2013, 6:26 PM ET
Associated Press

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen attended his first trademark hearing Thursday. He heard lawyers and judges fuss over dictionaries, surveys and the actions of offended 18-year-olds while using terms such as "hearsay exception" and "Chevron deference," all in a debate over the team's nickname.

"There was one reference to a delay of game penalty," Allen said, "which was the football part that I understood."

As the 90-minute hearing before three judges ...

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