Eagles new wordmark design will not be used on their jerseys until 2024
Earlier this offseason, the Eagles revealed an updated wordmark design to replace the classic one they’ve used for the past 20 years or so.
The rebranding was met with a lot of animosity from Eagles fans on social media, including myself. Its lack of creativity and personality left a bad taste in all of our mouths. Just look at this monstrosity.
Eagles new wordmark:
Compared to the classic wordmark, this refreshed version is just lame. Plain and simple.
Eagles current wordmark:
Thankfully, the team won’t install the new wordmark on their game day jerseys for a few years yet.
According to sportslogos.net, Philly won’t use the new design on their jerseys until 2024 at the earliest.
This is a win for Philly fans everywhere. Although we won’t be able to avoid the inevitable wordmark change down the line, at least we’ll be able to cherish the classic look for a few more seasons. It’s the little things that matter the most, am I right?
One has to wonder if the backlash from fans has made the organization second guess this change. There were plenty of petitions created by fans and Eagles Twitter was relentless in their scrutiny.
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Truthfully, the wordmark announcement was the only move the organization made this offseason that was met with any resistance. For all intents and purposes, the franchise did everything right this offseason, except for this.
Along with the wordmark update, the Eagles also revealed a new black helmet that will be worn with their all-black uniforms for select games this season.
By far the best uniform announcement this offseason came all the way back in March, when the team revealed their classic kelly green jerseys will be back as an alternate uniform in 2023.
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