The Los Angeles Rams have released a new set of logos although also tweaking their coloration plan to mirror the NFL franchise’s throwbacks.
Their new shades of royal blue and gold substitute the navy blue and light gold, which was adopted in 2000 by St. Louis.
The Rams unveiled four new logos, as very well. Here’s what they glance like, per ESPN’s LA Rams reporter Lindsey Thiry.
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— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) March 23, 2020
Rams chief working officer, Kevin Demoff, discussed the new logos Monday.
“The most interesting element of this for me, and I hope for Rams followers, is it blends the best of our pasts with what we feel is the ideal of our foreseeable future,” Demoff stated, per Thiry. “I’m positive it will be a surprise, it will be transform, but loads of matters are and I imagine it’s a transform that our supporters will occur to know and enjoy in excess of time.”
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