Rams Primary Logo
The Cleveland Rams were a professional American football team that played in the National Football League (NFL) from 1937 to 1945. The team's primary logo has undergone several changes, reflecting its various iterations and locations.
The original Cleveland Rams logo was designed by legendary graphic designer Paul Brown in 1937 when he founded the franchise. It featured a ram’s head with two horns pointing up and outwards, surrounded by an oval-shaped border of navy blue with white outlining it at the top and bottom, as well as around each horn tip. This design remained unchanged until 1941, when it was replaced with a new version featuring three gold stars on either side of the ram’s head inside an orange circle outlined in black along its circumference; this particular design only lasted one season before being retired again for another redesign which saw four gold stars placed within a yellow ring bordered by red lines on either side of the ram’s head instead—this time lasting until 1945 after which point they relocated to Los Angeles where their current logo would be adopted shortly after that.
In 1946, upon relocating to California, they unveiled their iconic “LA RAMS” crest featuring two crossed rams' heads set against an outline of mountains silhouetted against sunset colors; this is still used today albeit slightly modified since then but remains recognizable mainly due to its timelessness throughout decades worth of NFL history!
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1944 - 1945
In 1944, the Ram’s logo has the ram now facing to the left and the color of black is added. Still a blue ram with a black and blue outline.
1941 - 1942
Original Ram’s logo featured a blue ram head facing to the right.