Why don’t they use an OSGood logo?
The NFLPA and its members will continue to pursue the use of OSGood as a logo for the league.
It was first approved by the league’s players association in 2000, but was never fully implemented.
This season, however, the league made the logo available to the public and players and the union is now planning to seek a permanent logo for each team.
“The use of the OSGood is a great logo for all sports, including football, basketball, baseball, hockey, hockey and lacrosse,” said union spokesman Brian Rogers.
“Our members have long admired OSGood’s iconic design and it will be a tribute to the millions of fans who have purchased and embraced OSGood apparel and other products.”