Bills Primary Logo
The Buffalo Bills have had some of the most iconic logos in NFL history. From their original design to their current logo, the team has gone through many changes over the years. The primary logo for this franchise is one that has been used since 1973 and continues to be a staple of what it means to be a fan of this beloved football team from western New York.
The first iteration of the Buffalo Bills’ primary logo was unveiled in 1960 when they were founded as an expansion franchise into the American Football League (AFL). It featured a white charging bison on top of two crossed swords with red accents against a blue background and gold trimming along its edges. This version remained unchanged until 1969 when it was modified slightly by adding yellow stripes behind each sword blade and making minor adjustments to other elements such as shading on certain parts like its horns or hooves.
In 1973, after merging with National Football League (NFL), they changed their look once again; this time featuring only one sword instead two crossed ones while keeping all other aspects intact except for changing out yellow stripes behind each blade for red ones instead – thus creating what we now know today as “the classic” buffalo bills' Primary Logo! This design remains largely unchanged even up until the present day where only minor tweaks are made every few years so that fans can still recognize it easily without having any confusion about which team they support whenever seeing it either online or at the games itself!
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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.