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Cardinals Switch to 3-D Helmet Logos

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Are the Lions Getting Ready to Ditch the Black?

Since 2003, the Detroit Lions’ official team logo has had a black outline, but that appears to be changing. As readers Yasser Khan and PJ Kuzdal noticed last night, the black outline has been removed from the logo on the Lions’ home page. The avatars for the team’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages . . . → Read More: Are the Lions Getting Ready to Ditch the Black?

Chargers Confuse Everyone by Unveiling New Logo That Isn’t Their New Logo

Well, that was a bit of a mess.

As you’re probably aware by now, the Chargers are moving to Los Angeles. As you may also be aware, they unveiled a new logo yesterday, which is shown at right. Regardless of what you think of its aesthetic merits (we’ll get to that in a . . . → Read More: Chargers Confuse Everyone by Unveiling New Logo That Isn’t Their New Logo

A Recap of the Cardinals’ 1964 Re-Cap

As many of you are probably aware, there’s a new book about the history of the St. Louis Cardinals’ uniforms. I listed it in my recent holiday gift guide and gave away two copies in our recent year-end raffle. I’ve looked through my own copy but haven’t pored over every word, so I . . . → Read More: A Recap of the Cardinals’ 1964 Re-Cap