Classic Team Logo of The Day

18 Oct


Logo of an old, defunct pro football team that played in the All America Conference, the Miami Seahawks. Although they lasted only a single season, in 1946, in the AAFC before folding, the Seahawks were the first professional sports franchise based in Miami. They played their home games at Burdine Stadium, which would later be renamed the Orange Bowl. The team was woefully underfunded and not very good on the field either, as they stumbled to a 3-11 last place finish in the AAFC Eastern Division. The Seahawks folded at the end of the ’46 season and the franchise was sold to a Washington, D.C. lawyer, who reformed the team in Baltimore as the Colts.


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