Buffalo Bills Primary Logo
The Bills have used four different logos in their history and their current logo the streaking buffalo has lasted since 1974. The streaking buffalo is a bold statement with the solid blue bold line coming from the head of buffalo. Most streaking indications are not as strong and bold as this streaking logo. It is a classic.
1974 - Present
The standing bison logo was replaced by a blue charging buffalo with a red slanting stripe streaming from its horn. The newer emblem, which is still the primary one used by the franchise, was designed by aerospace designer Stevens Wright in 1974.
A grey with black outline buffalo with a red and blue with white trim letter “B.”
1970 - 1973
In 1970, the logo changed to a free standing red bison.
1962 - 1969
In 1962, the Buffalo Bills logo changed to a brown football with a brown buffalo in the background. A Buffalo Bills player in their blue uniform and white helmet with a red buffalo.
1960 - 1961
The original logo for the Buffalo Bills is a blue football with a herd of buffaloes and two football players. A wordmark “BUFFALO BILLS” in white on top.