Browns Logo

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Cleveland Browns is a professional American football club from Cleveland of Ohio. The team plays in the National Football League and is an AFC member.

Browns Logo history

There is one special thing about the Browns logo – its absence on the players’ helmets. It makes the team different from any other club, as the logo-free helmet is treated like the team’s official logo. Since the club’s inception in 1945, there have been several attempts to mark its identity. There were two “Brownie Elf” logos from the 1940s through the late 1960s; then players’ numbers were placed on their helmets. Several years later, there was a “CB” mark. Also, there was a formidable-looking brown-and-orange dog, pretty much thanks to the Dawg Pound part of the first Energy Stadium. However, for the most part, it has been the team’s signature orange helmet that actually serves as the Browns logo.

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The logo-less bright orange helmet features brown-and-white stripes going up through the middle. Since its inception in the 1970s, the only changes have been different hues of orange and the shape and color of the facemask. The current Browns logo – the helmet – has a brown facemask, which symbolizes strength, integrity, passion, and determination.