There was something oddly familiar and comforting about the curved “Eagles” wordmark that often accompanied the team’s logo. You know the one we’re talking about. Sure, they’ve had slight tweaks on it over the years, but it’s mainly been that giant block lettering with multiple outlines.

Well, that stylized font just got a little simpler, as the Eagles unveiled a new wordmark that will be paired with the traditional Eagles logo that has been part of the team’s look since 1996. And this one is quite a bit simpler.

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This font won’t replace the standard eagle logo, but you will be seeing it a lot more often as it is now the official way the organization will be portrayed in all promotional material. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of the two...

So, what do fans think of the change? Reactions have been mixed, ranging from instant approval all the way to this...

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But perhaps the best description of the updated look doesn’t even need words.

So, what do you think of the new logo after 26 years of the now-defunct font?