With the season starting in earnest, we now know the two most prominent symbols associated with the NFL, the lavender flag and the peony flag.
Both have been associated with victory, success, and power, respectively, since the league’s inception.
Lavender is often used in the same way as the peonies.
The flag is often represented by a flag with a white star.
This flag has been used in numerous ways throughout the league, including by the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers, the latter of which is now a member of the Atlanta Falcons.
This flag was first used in 1976.
The flag has become a part of the NFL since, and was a part the flag for the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots before it was retired in the early 1990s.
It has also been used by the Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys, Tennessee Titans, and the Chicago Bears.
The San Francisco-based 49ers are a part owner of the New England Pats.
The Los Angeles Chargers have used the flag to represent the team since 2005, when they acquired the New York Jets.
Peony symbolism is found in the flag of the San Francisco Giants, as well as the San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Texans, and Arizona Cardinals.
A team or player’s name or logo may also be associated with one of the flags, as in the name of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which was a symbol of the Bucs winning the NFL championship in the 1940s.
When the team first came to San Francisco in 1966, the team’s flag was a blue star with a yellow cross on it.
This was a red, white and blue flag, as were the uniforms of the team that came to town.
It was the San Jose Mercury News that first coined the term “blue and yellow,” and this became a trademark in 1967.
In 1972, the San Antonio Spurs wore the blue-and-yellow stripes on their uniforms.
The team changed the stripes to a green-and white one in 1993.
During the 2000s, the league changed its logo, changing from a red and white flag to a red-and green-striped one.
Although the stripes have changed, the blue and yellow elements have not.
In 2008, the Seattle Seahawks introduced a blue-striping crest to replace the team name.
The crest has become an iconic part of this logo.
“Blue and yellow” has been synonymous with success since the NFL was founded.
The blue-stripe design was first worn in the 1946 AFL, and became the standard for all professional sports teams from 1947 through 1973.
While the league hasn’t adopted a “white and blue” flag as a standard, the white and red stripes have been used on the jerseys of the Seattle SuperSonics and the New Orleans Saints since 2010.
On the field, players have been known to wear blue and white uniforms for years.
This has included the Seahawks’ former player Nick Bonino, who wore blue and green pants during the 2010 Super Bowl XLVI win over the Atlanta Hawks.
Fans have also been known, and sometimes even expected, to wear white and white jerseys.
In 2013, the Atlanta Braves unveiled their new uniforms for the 2018 season, which were inspired by the San Bernardino, California, shooting.
The uniforms were white and black, with white accents.
However, it hasn’t always been the white-and, well, blue-staple uniforms.
Since the 1970s, many teams have used a red stripe on their jerseys.
During the 1980s, teams such as the St. Louis Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, and Buffalo Bills used red, black, white, and blue.
Then, in the 1990s, some teams adopted a new logo and color scheme that included a red star on the team flag, an orange cross on the helmet, and a white stripe on the jersey.
Over the past few years, many other teams have adopted blue-sanded logos, with blue and orange stripes on the uniforms, and, most recently, orange and white stripes on a variety of uniforms.
It’s not a new design, either, as teams have been using it since the 1950s.