Obviously the response has actually been so bad that Rams' Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson is taking things into his own hands.
So it comes as no surprise that Dickerson is expressing his displeasure with the Rams' new logo.
Just a day that the Rams revealed their new logo and image for the campaign in 2020, the Chargers (also residing in Los Angeles) have chose to do the same ─both organizations seem to empecinadas in to bury his past in St. Louis and San Diego respectively.More news: Justin Trudeau announces $2000-per-month for incomes affected by COVID-19
The Chargers' changes aren't as bold or dramatic as the Rams, who revealed their new logo Monday. "I'm going to speak with the Rams on our behalf".
The website also said the L.A. logo "was crafted with a focus on the horn entwining with L.A., ensuring that the Rams are forever tied to the city of Los Angeles", which is interesting considering the team left Los Angeles in the 90s and called St. Louis home for 20 years before returning in 2016. That being said, it's unlikely Dickerson will be able to get anything done, even as the VP of business development.
"That says it all right there". We will keep what we have. Could you notice the difference between the logos? "While it's not easy to reflect a vibe in logos and uniforms, the team set out to do just that with a bold, vibrant, electric and fun brand update". And somehow they came up with a logo that looked curiously like a Division II school in San Angelo, Texas.More news: Benny Gantz elected Israeli speaker, signalling deal with Netanyahu
Meanwhile, Rams COO Kevin Demoff said during a local telethon Tuesday that if more than $2 million was raised, he would read mean tweets about the new logos, according to ESPN. The Rams reported that $ 2,045,000 was raised.
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