A new logo is here to give your team an edge when it comes to brand recognition.
With the addition of the San Diego Chargers logo, the NFL has become the first professional sports league in the world to go all-white.
The logo will be displayed on the side of every stadium and in every stadium-owned area of the league, including the NFL Network, the stadium’s new mobile app.
That’s a change from previous decades, when the logo featured a more traditional white and black color scheme.
The Chargers logo has been available for nearly five years, according to a league press release.
“The Chargers’ iconic logo, synonymous with the Chargers brand, will become a trademark of the NFL,” said John Heilman, NFL Vice President of Brand Strategy.
“We’re proud to be the first league in history to go to full-on white, and the logo will have a lasting impact on the fans, the fans will have fun using the brand and the brand will continue to evolve.”
The NFL’s logo has always featured a white circle and lettering that’s seen the most use in the league’s history.
The logo’s original color was blue and white, which was later replaced with gray.
The current logo features a blue circle and a red lettering.
While the team’s name is the first to change from white to white, the team logo will continue in use for the foreseeable future.
The team will have the opportunity to choose the color scheme they want to use, but the new logo has an advantage because it uses a full white color.
That makes it easy to see, but doesn’t detract from the color and the look of the logo.
The NFL has already trademarked the logo’s name, team name, and other trademarks, which makes it easier to trademark.
However, it’s unclear if the team will use those trademarks in the future.
According to the team, the logo is the third NFL logo to be trademarked.
The league first trademarked its logo in 2003.