Chargers update logo, lean heavily on powder blue

Ross Houston
March 26, 2020

Apparently the reaction has been so bad that Rams' Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson is taking things into his own hands. One Twitter user tweeted an image of the words "LAME" with the rams horn around the L.A. letters saying, "My thoughts on the new rams logo". "I'm going to speak with the Rams on our behalf". He'll also present them with two other options, one of which is a mashup of the logos the Rams released this week.

"Someone said it looks like a penis; it did", Dickerson told the newspaper.

"That says it all right there. We're going to keep what we got".

The new team logo for the Los Angeles Rams has actually drawn mostly unfavorable evaluations because being revealed Monday.

"When you put out a brand-new logo and product for your team you expect it to be in the top 5-10 in merchandise sales, and I'm willing to bet that this will be at the very bottom". Can you also envision just how much goods he would certainly promote them? Instead they will "evolve, simplify, and take what people love about it, and make it even better".

Yesterday, it was reported that the Chargers would have a new logo and uniforms.

Meanwhile, Rams chief operating officer Kevin Demoff said Tuesday in a local telethon that if more than $ 2 million was raised, he would read nasty tweets about the new logos, according to ESPN. The Rams said $2,045,000 was raised.

"The process for doing a rebrand is very extensive, especially when the ask is, it's all open, we are open for any kind of change here", said Shandon Melvin, vice president and creative director at the National Football League in the video.

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