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As part of the Washington Football Team's temporary rebrand, the club must come up with a new social media hashtag to replace the fan-favorite #HTTR acronym.

On Sunday, Washington's social media account accidentally put out the team's new official hashtag idea too soon. 

Washington tried to use the hashtag #1932, representing the year the franchise was established. Although Twitter prevents hashtags from being solely numbers, the club has been in contact with Twitter about potentially changing the policy for Washington's official hashtag.

Quickly, the organization reversed its course.

Washington then tweeted out that the team has yet to decide a new hashtag, and the team wants to have fan input on the matter.

Several fans responded to Washington's tweet with their own ideas, and to be fair, there were plenty of good ones.

Even celebrity Washington fan and NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. weighed in on the matter.

Based on the high volume of responses in a short amount of time, it's evident that the fans truly do care about what the team's new social media hashtag will be.

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