Found October 07, 2013 on Mr. Irrelevant:
Dan Snyder trademarked the name “Warriors” in 2000 and has squatted on the name ever since. Now, thanks to design firm 99 Designs, here’s what the Washington Warriors could look like: I don’t know why the mil-bro is so damn, well, red-faced, but he does look pretty bad-ass. As does this paler version, so long as you steer clear of the gold helmet: Click through to FTW for additional versions of the “Renegades” and “Griffins” logos, even if those names are not advised. And there are many, many more at 99 Designs.
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