A LOT OF EAGLES fans are already preparing for Monday's game against the Redskins.
An American Indian tribe is preparing too, but in a much different way.
The Oneida Indian Nation said yesterday that it will run spots on Washington-area radio stations before the game, imploring the Redskins to change their nickname.
The tribe said it finds the name offensive.
The ad begins with a reference to the racial slur used by Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper toward a security guard at a concert this summer.
"When a Philadelphia Eagles player used a racial slur to describe African-Americans, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell did the right thing," a female voice says. "He said that racial language is quote obviously wrong, insensitive and unacceptable."