Washington’s NFL franchise decided to drop the “Redskins” nickname this summer and began searching for a new team name. Thursday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the organization has adopted a new name, however it will likely only be temporary.

Per Schefter, the franchise will go by “Washington Football Team,” for the time being. That is not expected to be the team’s permanent nickname, but with the NFL season approaching, the organization didn’t want to be left without some sort of a decision.

“Effective immediately, Washington will call itself the ‘Washington Football Team,’ pending adoption of a new name, sources tell ESPN,” Schefter tweeted. “This is not a final renaming and rebranding for team; this is the name it wants to use until pending adoption of a new name in the future.”

Schefter said the franchise will continue to seek feedback regarding a new team name moving forward.

“While the Washington Football Team uses these uniforms and helmets for the 2020 season, it will be seeking the feedback of players, alumni, fans, sponsors and the community for the new team name it will use at some point in the future, per sources,” Schefter reported.

The team’s color scheme will remain the same. The team’s Redskins logo has been removed from the helmet and will be replaced by each player’s number.