The Tennessee Titans announced yesterday that they will be allowing fans to vote on the club’s 15th season logo. The logo will be worn on the Titans’ jerseys to celebrate the number of seasons since the club was re-branded as the Titans in 1999. The team was known as the Tennessee Oilers in their first two seasons after moving from Houston before be re-branded as the Titans for the 1999 season.
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Fans have a choice between four different logos, described by the club like so:
- Version 1 depicts the number 15 and a Titans “fireball” accompanied by the outline of the state of Tennessee.
- Version 2 features the Titans “sword” between the Roman numerals XV.
- Version 3 reveals the number 15 within a Greek-style temple, crowned by the fireball.
- Version 4 has a 15 in a classic, sans-serif font with the fireball fitted to the bottom half of the 5.
Voting takes place on the Titans Facebook page and will be open until April 22nd, the winning entry will be announced during the NFL Draft on April 25th.
Tennessee joins the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs as pro level teams to recently allow fans to vote on designs to be worn on the field.