Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Atlanta Falcons, Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks
According to this contributor's quick look around the internet, no major team has a pitbull as a mascot. Several sports team use a bulldog mascot, though.
The University of South Carolina athletics team is called the Fighting Gamecocks. They have team colours based on the gamecock and the bird is a mascot.
The mascot Swoopis used to represent various sports organizations in the United States. One of the most notable mascot's named Swoop is used by the NFL Football team thePhiladelphia Eagles. Various American universities use the name Swoop as their athletic program mascots. The "Swoop" character is sometimes depicted as an American Bald Eagleor some type of bird wearing a sports jersey of the team that "Swoop" represents. STRAIGHT FROM WIKIPEDIA
The University of Miami....Sebastian the Ibis The University of Kansas "Jayhawk"
Witnesses reported from the scene that the jewel thief was masquerading as a local sports team's mascot.
The Cleveland Browns use brown, orange and white as their team colors.
1948 Los Angeles Rams
They can, but is highly unnecessary in most cases.
"The NFL team that is going to the Super Bowl is the Saints."
Yes. Logos are registered trademarks of the team. You would need the permission of the team to sell something you made that has the logo of a team on it. How do you go about getting permission to use team logos? And do you need permission to use team fight songs? The NFL actually has a web site set up to answer this question. Take a look at www.nfl.biz for all of the information that you'll need about licensing an NFL team logo.