Oilers Primary Logo
The Tennessee Oilers' primary logo has a long and storied history, dating back to the team’s inception in 1997. The original logo featured an oil derrick with three stars above it, representing the state of Tennessee. This design was meant to symbolize the team’s connection to its home state and its commitment to energy production.
In 1999, when the franchise moved from Houston and became known as “the Titans,” they changed their primary logo again. This time around, they chose a more modern look featuring two large navy blue T-shaped wings with white trim on either side of an oil derrick surrounded by flames in red and yellow hues; this is still used today for official merchandise like jerseys and hats, although there have been minor changes over time such as switching out some colors or altering certain design elements slightly here or there.
Overall though, even after all these years, fans can still recognize this iconic emblem which speaks volumes about how much it resonates within them - showing how strong their loyalty is towards not only their beloved football team but also towards where it came from, Tennessee!
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1997 - 1998
In the move to Tennessee, the Oilers kept the clean blue oil derrick with a white background and a red outline.