The Washington NFL team announced Monday they are dropping “Redskins” from their name.

The team, one of the oldest in the NFL, which started in 1933, became the “Washington Redskins” when they moved from Boston to Washington, D.C. in 1937.

The decision to abandon the name came just 10 days after the team said it would review the name.

No word on a new name but team owner, Daniel Snyder and coach Ron Rivera are working together to develop a new name and design.