NFL Fans Are Loving The Kansas City Chiefs’ New Logo Re-Design (VIDEO)

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KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI – JANUARY 19: The Kansas City Chiefs helmet logo is seen on the field before the AFC Championship Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium on January 19, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)

When it comes to NFL team logos, one person on social media has made an entire online persona for changing them up and having fans go crazy over them.

Talented artist Emily Morgan has been going viral for her many concepts and she was back at it again this week when she decided to redesign the logo of the defending Super Bowl champion Kanas City Chiefs.

Here is how fans reacted to it in the comment section:

The Kansas City Chiefs have been a fixture since being founded in 1959. The Kansas City Chiefs have had other logos before as not many people may be aware of.

The team, which is now based in Kansas City, was originally founded in the 1960s by Lamar Hunt. The team’s original idea for its name stemmed from its first location in Dallas, Texas.

The “Dallas Texans” was the name that Hunt selected for the franchise and the logo at the time went with the name. The original symbol of the team was a running gunslinger with a wide-brimmed hat, a pigskin football in one hand, and a gun in another.

In 1963, the Texans moved to Kansas City where they became the Chiefs.

Today, the Chiefs logo is as recognizable as the NFL’s itself.

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