The Cleveland Browns recently announced their changes to the logo – turns out the changes were a new orange color and a brown facemask.
It may surprise you, but the since 1999 the Browns have made a quite of few changes to their logos. Enjoy!
In 1970, the Browns started using their orange helmet as the logo with a facemask reminiscent of the times.
In 1986, they changed the look to a more 3D model and updated facemask
In 1992, the altered the angle and removed some of the shadows from the facemask
After the 2005 season, the team made a slight adjustment to the orange color of the helmet and changed to a gray facemask
On Tuesday, the new logo was released with a new brown facemask and a “safety orange” colored helmet.
Brownie the Elf has been around since 1948
He was given a makeover in 1959
In 2003, the team released a non-helmet alternate logo
The official Cleveland Browns text has gone through changes throughout the years. For years the team had a basic San-serif font.
In 2003, without much fanfare, the text was changed to a more block serif BROWNS font while keeping the San-serif CLEVELAND.
In 2006, with the change of the helmets, the team also changed the CLEVELAND to match the BROWNS.
Today the Browns are going back to a San-serif font with a more modern feel
When the Browns returned to the NFL in 1999, the team introduced a “Dawg Poung” logo
Along with the alternate “B” logo, the new Dawg Poung logo was revealed.
Today, the Browns have a more artist Dawg
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