Renegades Alternate Logo
The Arlington Renegades of the XFL had an interesting alternate logo history. The team used a unique design that featured a skull and crossed bats as their primary logo, but they also had two additional logos that were used in various capacities throughout the season.
The first of these was an eagle head with wings spread out on either side, which was worn on some helmet designs during games. This design gave off a sense of power and strength, while still maintaining the theme of aggression associated with football teams like this one. It also provided visual contrast to their main logo by providing something more majestic than just skulls and bats alone.
The second alternate logo for the Arlington Renegades was another skull-and-bats combination; however, it featured three bats crossing over each other instead of two as seen in their primary mark. This variation added more depth to what could have been considered too simple or even dull if not for its addition into the mix - making it stand out from all other XFL logos at that time period due to its uniqueness and complexity compared to others. Overall both variants helped create an identity for this team within league circles as well as among fans who followed them throughout their short stint in professional football's springtime experiment known simply as ‘the XFL’!
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2023 - Present
A black, blue, and red headshot of a renegade wearing a blue and black cowboy hat.