Some things never change, but some things have to change with the times. With every passing year, something shifts slightly. Nothing stays the same in the NFL, from the franchise quarterback to the team owner and the stadium. Even the vaunted Cleveland Browns, the team started by Paul Brown himself. The Cleveland Browns have unveiled a new logo and a new color scheme.
“In redesigning our uniforms and modernizing our logos, our primary focus was honoring the Browns’ cherished history and recognizing the transformation of Cleveland,” said Browns President Alec Scheiner said before the announcement was made. “As always, we spent significant time engaging with our fans during this process and took a very methodical approach the past two years to determine certain core characteristics symbolic of our great city. We are thrilled with how these translate in our logo and uniform and embrace the opportunity to fully share that with our fans in April.”
The new logo, as you can see above, is on the left, and the classic logo is on the right. Not only is the color changing, but they’re also changing the face of the famous Cleveland Dawg, mascot of the Dawg Pound. So long as they leave the actual Brownie alone, I think I can deal with it. I do miss the classic color already, but I’m sure it’ll look fine on the field. Now the team, on the other hand…
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