L.A. Rams provide comic relief by releasing new primary logo

Mar 23, 2020, 2:11 PM

The Los Angeles Rams gave everyone a good laugh on Monday at a time when we all need it. The laugh just came at the Rams’ own expense.

The NFC West rival of the Cardinals revealed its new logo, and the big reveal fell flat as Twitter users “roasted” — as the youth say — the football team for, well, doing a poor job.

The Rams, who originally were based in LA and moved back there after 21 years in St. Louis, were still using a main logo concept that predated their return to Southern California.

The new one, though, is too much alike that of the neighboring Chargers, some have critiqued.

This latest debacle comes in the week following franchise running back Todd Gurley being released and subsequently signing with the Falcons.

Here’s the logo:

Admittedly, some of the response to the alternate/secondary logos weren’t as unanimously disapproving.

But here’s what people had to say about the mess:

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