While Washington Red Wolves is the clear favorite among fans for the Washington football team's new name, that doesn't necessarily mean the franchise will go in that direction.
If Washington opts not to go with Red Wolves, Washington Warriors would probably be the next logical choice based on fan polls and owner Dan Snyder's history with the name.
So in the spirit of staying up to date on fan-generated logo concepts for some of the team's most likely name options, let's take a look at some of the recent Warriors logos.
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99Designers : "We love the simplicity of Mixaurus’ Washington Warriors icon, which is clever on numerous levels. His design concept incorporates two D.C. icons, the Washington Monument and the Pentagon, the letter “W,” and also brings to mind a warrior’s shield. The concept is clean and modern, and would work well across the board for branding and merchandising." #warriors #washingtondc #washingtonwarriors #redskins #nfl #fedex #pepsi #nike #washington #99designs
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I really don’t understand the argument that people don’t want the Warriors name because of the NBA teams success...— Offseason Champions (@HTTRChamps) July 11, 2020
There would be absolutely no confusion, there would be no overshadowing... this is the NFL and we would be the Washington Warriors. #WashingtonWarriors #Warriors pic.twitter.com/wX0wgslR1o
Via reports from CBS, 'Washington Warriors' has emerged as a strong favourite to replace their name.— Gridiron (@Gridiron) July 10, 2020
Thoughts on this? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/KRON5Ha0uj
Washington Warriors, I love this for our name and logo if we can't get Redwolves pic.twitter.com/5mmun1VtV2— Patrick Flanagan, Sr (@flanagan_sr) July 22, 2020
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