On Monday, the Dallas Cowboys unveiled the logo that will adorn the team's uniforms in 2010 and commemorate the 50th anniversary of "America's Team" as part of the National Football League. (Take that, George Preston Marshall.)
According to a press release issued by the team on Monday, the logo is just part of what will be a season-long celebration of the team's illustrious history. This celebration will recognize team history, individual accomplishments, and, obviously, the team's five world championships.
Individual game tickets for home contests in 2010 will be adorned with memorable images from the team's history, and certain games will be designated to recognize various milestones in the franchise's history.
Ah, but back to the logo itself. Cowboys fans will get very used to the simple emblem before the season is over--it will be attached to just about every piece of team equipment visible, including home and away jerseys and, according to the team, "all club printed materials."
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