Houston Texans Primary Logo
"I'm proud to be a Houstonian, and I'm proud to be a Texan," Bob McNair said. "When I think of a Texan, I think of someone who's powerful, independent, courageous and hard-working. When people came to this part of the country, they had it tough, but they overcame a lot of obstacles to make Texas what it is today." The Texans logo is a Spanish Fighting Bull, it's not a longhorn, not a cow, not a steer. "We think the spirit of the bull reflects Texas; bold, proud, strong, courageous, independent," said McNair. "Red, white and blue are the colors of our state flag our scheme differs from the state flag in that we're using a darker blue and a lighter red." The Texans logo was designed by Verlander Design.
2006 - Present
McNair unveiled the team logo in 2006, an abstract depiction of a bull’s head, split in such a way to resemble the flag of Texas in red white and blue, including a lone star to stand for the eye, the five points of the star which representing pride, courage, strength, tradition and independence.