PHOTOS: Evidence of Washington Football Team rebrand at FedEx, Ashburn and Snyder's house

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Washington Football Team's former branding seen at FedExField on Thursday, August 6. (ABC7)

SkyTrak7 flew to Washington Football Team's training facility in Ashburn, Virginia, team owner Dan Snyder's home in Potomac, Maryland and FedExField in Landover, Maryland Thursday.

What we observed is that some of the former team branding has been removed from both venues, but not all of it.

The team tweeted video of repainting in the bowels of the stadium, but not much has changed outdoors.

In Ashburn, it's apparent that some branding has been removed but we spotted that it's still in at least one place.

And at Snyder's home, the logo on his basketball court has been covered up.

Washington announced late last month that there will be no permanent team name, logo or mascot this season, and that the team would go simply by "Washington Football Team," with the burgundy and gold color scheme remaining.

On July 13, it was announced that the team's controversial name and logo would be retired.