The Washington Football team continues to showcase its name and logo change publicly with the team posting videos of its rebranding on social media.
Most recently, Washington shared a video on Twitter of the locker room floor being redone. The old mat featuring the former ‘Redskins’ logo has now been replaced with the updated Washington Football logo.
The locker room is getting touched up 🙌 pic.twitter.com/9UVqt8jFT3— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) August 12, 2020
The team posted a similar video last week of its facilities being stripped of previous names, logos and slogans. Now, Washington has made its way to redo the locker room with the season a month out.
Washington is in the midst of a number of changes for its franchise. In addition to the ongoing rebranding efforts, the team will also now play a season at FedEx field without fans, which was officially announced on Wednesday.
The Washington Football Team is scheduled to begin its season at home against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 13.
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