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Sport Rams' Kevin Demoff reacts to logo outrage with GIF on Twitter

23:30  09 march  2020
23:30  09 march  2020 Source:   ramswire.com

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Последние твиты от Kevin Demoff (@kdemoff). Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer. Kevin Demoff Ретвитнул(а) Derek Ciapala. If our franchise had never changed uniforms, logos or colors, this would be a much different conversation and we could continue the power of that brand.

Rams fans everywhere are looking for even the slightest hints and clues as to what the team’s plans are regarding their upcoming uniform redesign. The Rams have said very little, other than the fact that it’s going to be a modern take on the team’s history.

No one within the Rams organization has been more active in discussing the team’s brand refresh than COO Kevin Demoff. He’s enlightened fans on the process, while simultaneously trolling fans on Twitter.

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He even wore a red and blue Rams hat to a combine-type event held by the team.

Demoff was eerily quiet over the weekend as Rams fans were in full-on meltdown mode over an apparent leaked logo. If you haven’t seen the logo in question by know, you must have been off the grid for the last two days.

He finally chimed in Monday afternoon with one tweet that included an iconic GIF from the movie “Anchorman.”

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Los Angeles Rams Chief Operating Officer. Kevin Demoff ‏Подлинная учетная запись @kdemoff 8 февр. Tell snead to draft the 2 linemen from LSU and save gurley and goffpic. twitter .com/NyT0iy6XvV.


Saying the outrage “escalated quickly” would be a massive understatement, and it hasn’t died down one day later, either. Fans are still calling for the Rams to change their minds, if this is indeed their primary logo.

There’s still time for them to make a switch in that case, but patience is wearing thin within the fanbase.

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Rams players seem to love the team's new logos .
Logo and uniform reveals are never met with unanimously positive reactions, oftentimes. The Rams learned that on Monday when they released their new logo and team colors, a process that was more than two years in the making. Twitter didn’t have the best response to the new look, but Rams players were on the other end of the spectrum – as expected. The team’s stars reacted to the new logo with excitement, led by quarterback Jared Goff. ????????????Twitter didn’t have the best response to the new look, but Rams players were on the other end of the spectrum – as expected. The team’s stars reacted to the new logo with excitement, led by quarterback Jared Goff.

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