The Jacksonville Jaguars have changed their logo and it’s a big departure from the old. Hit the link to check it out for more detail. This is the first time the Jaguars have changed their logo since they had a legal snafu with Jaguar Motor Company when the team initially unveiled its “first” logo. Now, with a new era beginning in Jacksonville, they get logo #2. Here’s a fun graphic courtesy of thesportsdesignblog.com of every change that NFL teams have seen:
Obviously this only goes up to 2010, before Nike started to get their hands on things, but it gives a pretty good picture that the Jags are about due for an overhaul. The Steelers are still rocking a really old logo, but it’s timeless. The new Jaguars logo is not going to be one of those timeless pieces that has no need to be touched up in another 60 years. Hopefully the teams doesn’t become like the Washington Redskins and have to revert to a number of different logos, so let’s hope that the new logo has a little bit of sticking power to go with it’s new spots.
- Luke N. Sims
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