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Redskins Revise Stadium Sign Policy

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The Washington Redskins announced on Nov. 15 they have revised the policy concerning signs in their stadium to bring it in line with earlier announced rules governing messages on clothing.

"We have no intention of trying to control our fans' varied ways of expressing their views on the Redskins organization and the team's performance," said David Donovan, the team's Chief Operating Officer, who has overall responsibility for the stadium.

"We've disappointed our fans so far this season, and I'm as disappointed as they are," said team Owner Daniel M. Snyder. "I understand that some fans want to express their feelings with signs and they should do so, as long as they stay within the boundaries of good taste and don't block the view of other fans."

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