This week, two publications have announced that they will no longer refer to Washington’s football organization by its team name. And that’s good news, because the name Redskins should have been dropped a long time ago. The bad news is that the two publications, Slate and Mother Jones, really don’t refer to anything related to football all that much. But here’s what makes the timing of these moves really interesting. A very big newspaper in The Redskins’ hometown just happens to have been recently acquired by a forward-thinking tech leader. If The Washington Post refused to use the team name, the pressure would be on.