Browns Alternate Logo
The Cleveland Browns are a professional American football team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns were founded in 1945 and have been one of the most successful teams in NFL history. Throughout its history, the team has had several different logos representing its heritage and identity.
One of the earliest alternate logos for the Browns was introduced during World War II when they changed to an eagle logo with a red-orange background and white trimming. This logo was used until 1959, when it was replaced by another more modernized version featuring two crossed swords behind an orange helmet with brown stripes running down its sides. This design remained until 1970 before being replaced by yet another variation that featured a shield emblazoned with three stars over top of four vertical lines representing each division within Ohio’s state flag at that time (Ohio Valley Conference).
In recent years, there have been several other variations on this classic logo, including one from 2015, which featured only two stars above three horizontal lines, as well as others featuring various colors such as gray or black instead of orange or white accents along its edges to give them more excellent contrast against backgrounds like jerseys or helmets worn during games played on television broadcasts nationwide every Sunday afternoon throughout fall months across America each year since 1946!
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2015 - Present
A brown bulldog profile outline with a snarling face.
2003 - 2014
Letter “B” inside brown outline of a football with orange and brown stripes.
2003 - 2014
Orange and brown bulldog and brown, white and orange eyes with a front view called “Dawg.”
1999 - 2002
When the Browns returned to the NFL in 1999, the team introduced a “Dawg Poung” logo. A brown and white Dawg wearing a Brown’s helmet clenching an orange football in his mouth.
1960 - 1969
A brown dressed Elf running with a football in a straight arm position.