The NFL is finally getting a name.
After months of speculation, the NFL’s new logo was unveiled on Thursday.
The NFL’s logo features a large, white ball and a white helmet with an orange visor.
It was unveiled by former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan at a news conference in Los Angeles.
The logo also features a red circle and a circle with an arrow, which was created by the National Football League, according to a source familiar with the league’s thinking.
The league’s name is “Boom,” after the iconic 1960s sitcom “The Brady Bunch.”
“We were inspired by the iconic television series ‘Bones’ and the iconic character played by Tom Brady,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said.
“We wanted to represent our football team and our players as the ultimate American football team.”
The new logo will be unveiled at a media day on Saturday.
The league will hold its annual media day at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday and will also hold a special media session on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The name Boomers is a reference to the football team’s nickname.
Boomers, who are a minority of the NFL roster, are predominantly black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American.
The word Boom is a play on “Bombe” and the nickname “Boms” is a shortened version of the football player’s last name.NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement that the league is “honored to be the official partner of the B-ball league and to be part of this exciting new era of football.”
The name is a nod to the iconic sports show “Bones,” which was about the origins of football in America.
It featured two black players, Johnny Unitas and Tommy Smith, as well as a white player named Billy “Bam” Baker.
Bam played for the Cowboys in the 1960s and 1970s.