The LA Rams were the first pro team to mark their helmets. They put on curved rams horns so the QB can spot his receiver's down field, a design they've kept to this day.
The Clevland Browns still do not have a logo on thir helmet
The Cleveland Browns are the only team with no logo on their helmets. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only team with a logo on only one side of the helmet.
The Pittsburgh Steelers has only 1 logo on a side and not on the other side
There never was and probably never will be as they are the only NFL team without a logo.
The Cleveland Browns have no logo on their helmets. In print and on the Internet, they use the orange helmet with no logo, as their primary logo. They also have a secondary logo consisting of a brown 'B' on an orange and brown stripe, enclosed in a brown outline in the shape of a football.
A team's name, uniform, and logo are registered trademarks of the team itself. The NFL, obviously, must give their approval to the logo. In the case of the Houston Texans, the most recent expansion team, the NFL actively participated with owner Robert McNair in the design and creation of their logo.
The Oakland Raiders. The Miami Dolphins used to but a new dolphin logo without the helmet was introduced in 2013.
None!Answer:The Cleveland Browns are the only NFL team without a logo on their helmets.
The Minnesota NFL team is nicknamed the "Vikings". Think of the classic image of a Viking, with the classic horned helmet. The logo on the Vikings' helmets is supposed to look like those horns sticking out. Obviously, trying to do a 2-d drawing of the horns like that leaves a bit to be desired and one has to look at it with a little imagination.
The Steelers only have one logo because when they originally put the steel mark on the helmets they wanted to see how it looked on the gold helmets and put it just on one side. And later that year they went to the playoffs for the first time so as good luck they decided to change the helmet to black to show the logo better and keep the one side.