Blue and yellow again: LA Rams unveil logos, color scheme

Look Rams reveal new logo and colors

The Rams have a lot of riding on this logo and color scheme, which will be used for their new home at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The Rams also scrapped the brand that their $five billion stadium goes to be formed like.

But like all new logo reveals, we imagine that won't do much to appease the fans-many of whom are not happy right now, at least on Twitter.

Is this what you were hoping to see? "It was a bad first introduction to where we're headed".

Supporters Dante Fowler Jr., Clay Matthews Jr. and Cory Littleton, as well as the kicker, Greg Zuerlein, are some of the important low for the Rams, that among the most relevant in embodiments has at defensive Leonard Floyd. "Each year, your players change, your team changes and we knew walking into this season there would be tough choices".

The logo also contains three different shades of yellow, including an almost-orange shade that will be an accent color for the Rams. A few lovers observed that the new Rams logo looks quite similar to the logo of Division II college Angelo State University.

After using a profile drawing of an angry cartoon ram as their primary logo for years, a minimalist version of a ram's head is now a secondary logo.

The year 2020 marks a season of change for the Rams, as they move into SoFi Stadium. The Rams used a blue-and-white color scheme in their uniforms and logos from 1964 until 1973, when owner Carroll Rosenbloom brought back gold.

Addressing concerns and critiques from fans over the initial sketch, Demoff remarked, "The people said the Los Angeles Rams were about blue and yellow and the horns".

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