The Washington Redskins — now known as the “Washington Football Team” until a permanent name is chosen — has committed to the ultimate rebranding. The National Football League’s Washington, D.C., team announced on July 13 that it was dropping the name “Redskins,” which it had been using since 1933, and the image of a Native American man as its logo.The team’s majority owner, businessman Daniel Snyder, who acquired the franchise in 1999, had for years resisted calls to change …