Kansas City Chiefs have banned followers from carrying headdresses or face paint that “appropriates American Indian cultures” at their residence stadium.
The staff will evaluation the Arrowhead Chop, the place a celeb bangs a drum and supporters make a chopping movement.
The determination comes six years after the defending NFL champions started “dialogue with a bunch of native leaders from various American Indian backgrounds”.
In July, Washington Football Team retired its Redskins name.
Previously, the Chiefs had “discouraged” followers from carrying headdresses and face paint at Arrowhead Stadium.
A membership assertion stated: “We are grateful for the significant conversations we have now had with all of those American Indian leaders.
“It is essential that we proceed the dialogue on these important subjects, and we sit up for persevering with to work collectively sooner or later.”
In July, English rugby union staff Exeter Chiefs decided to retain their Native American name and logo, however retired the membership’s ‘Big Chief’ mascot.
In baseball, Cleveland Indians are discussing a reputation change, whereas the Atlanta Braves stated they’ll hold their title however evaluation the tomahawk chop celebration.