Twitter reacts to Rams' new logo

Look Rams reveal new logo and colors

Look Rams reveal new logo and colors

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. The Rams will return to being a blue-and-yellow team, with hues that are similar to the popular color scheme of the 1980s but more vibrant.

For the most part, the feedback on the new logo has been primarily negative.

Active and retired Rams players seemed to enjoy the changes.

The Los Angeles Rams are giving back to their community as it copes with the coronavirus pandemic.

The Rams will unveil new uniforms later this spring. The primary logo will be a harder sell, as the Rams unfortunately learned two weeks ago.

Earlier this month, fans were able to catch a glimpse of the new logo after it was leaked online.

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"The detail, the nuance and all the colors were wrong", Demoff said. "[That hat] was a bad first introduction to where we are headed, but there's nothing we can do about how that came to be". With SoFi Stadium set to open this August, the Rams are the first to show off their new look - one offers a modern twist of the old favorite.

The Rams also recently released two-time All-Pro running back Todd Gurley which gives the team some definite question marks heading into next season regardless of their logo.

John Johnson was quick to show off his new gear, rocking the logo on a hat, as well as a new hoodie with the refreshed colors.

The year 2020 marks a season of change for the Rams, as they move into SoFi Stadium.

"Through your passion, the Los Angeles Rams strive to be a beacon of unity and hope during Sundays in the fall and every day throughout the year".

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