There are quite a number of various sports teams, native to the United States, which use various kinds of logos to represent themselves with. The team with an eagle in the logo is the Philadelphia Eagles football team.
Barclays uses a blue eagle as their logo.
The Detroit Lions of the NFL.
The Toronto Blue Jays, Major League Baseball
American Airlines or American Eagle Outfitters
In the 1960's the lakers had a giraffe in front of the basket ball on their uniforms.
the Chicago cubs (the c on their hats at least)
In the 1960's the lakers had a giraffe in front of the basket ball on their uniforms.In the 1960's the lakers had a giraffe in front of the basket ball on their uniforms.
(Baidu) uses a blue bear paw logo
Kmart uses a K as its logo.
The US basketball DREAM logo uses a custom font called TS2. It was custom made for this logo and therefore may not be able to be used for personal typing and other logos.
I'm pretty sure it is Aeropostale that uses the butterfly logo...but I'm not so sure any designer uses it. :-)
The logo that the NFL uses was created in 1960.
WWF uses a pandabear in it's logo.
The team or person trying to prevent the offense from scoring. Almost all sports the defense does not have possestion of the ball. Baseball is an exception. In baseball the defence is the team in the feid that uses the ball to prevent the batting team from scoring.
The Hallmark Channel uses a gold crown for its logo. It is the same logo Hallmark has been using for years on their greeting cards and gifts.
Well, Perl Coding's logo is a Camel.
MSN used a butterfly as it's logo .
Peugeot uses a standing lion in there logo, and Gumpert using a flying Lion in their logo. I know of no automobile model that uses the logo you describe.
Thums Up Cola from India uses a red thumb up logo.
The uses of sports are for fun, to hang out, or to lose weight.
Yes, there is individual men's foil, men's team foil, individual woman's foil, and women's team foil.
The Fox Sports news team has a variety of different members due to the large quantity of sports. Because of the mass amount of coverage they provide Fox uses multiple writers for the Fox Sports program but the head writers are Jason Whitlock and Peter Schrager