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(Photo: Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports)STORY HIGHLIGHTSTeam has been under pressure from American Indians and other who believe nickname is a racial slur "It's that simple. NEVER. You can use caps," Snyder says Check back Thursday for in-depth story on nickname issue Daniel Snyder is owner of the Washington pro football team he grew up adoring. Would he ever consider changing the team name that many American Indians and others believe is a racial slur?"We will never change the name of the team," Snyder told USA TODAY Sports this week. "As a lifelong Redskins fan, and I think that the Redskins fans understand the great tradition and what it's all about and what it means, so we feel pretty fortunate to be just working on next season."RGIII:His shoes sell for a big sumWhat if his football team loses an ongoing federal trademark lawsuit? Would he consider changing it then?"We'll never change the name," he said. "It's that simple. NEVER - you can use caps."NFL DRAFT:Redskins draft gradeSnyder does not often speak to the media about the case. He talked to USA TODAY Sports very briefly about it Tuesday afternoon, following a longer interview with him and his wife Tanya about herselection as mother of the yearby the American Cancer Society.Later Thursday, USA TODAY Sports will publish a story about Amanda Blackhorse, who is Navajo and the named plaintiff in the trademark suit. She said if she ever had the chance, she'd ask Snyder if he would dare to call her a redskin to her face."I think the best way is to just not comment on that type of stuff," Snyder said. "I don't know her."