What does the Panther logo mean?

June 28, 2019 Off By idswater

What does the Panther logo mean?

The logo reflects the team’s determination to hunt its strongest rivals, as this wild feline predator does in nature. It signifies the Carolina Panthers players do not play defense, but offense. The whiskers, nose, and brows change color from silver to blue.

Is keep pounding trademarked?

In 2012, the Panthers unveiled their new word logo and mascot logo. The team has also filed several trademarks for KEEP POUNDING, a mantra the team has used in honor of Sam Mills, former Panthers player and coach. He used the phrase in a playoff game speech to the team in January of 2004.

When were the Panthers founded?

October 26, 1993
Carolina Panthers/Founded

What kind of logo does the Carolina Panthers use?

The Carolina Panthers logo in vector format (svg) and transparent PNG. Ready to download. Starting with 2012, the Carolina Panthers have changed their logo and logotype to give off a more aggressive and contemporary look using a 3D design style.

Where are the photos from the Carolina Panthers game?

View the best photos from the field, locker room and sidelines as the Panthers took on the Green Bay Packers in a hard-fought game in the snow of Lambeau Field. View all of the best photos from the field, locker room, sideline and postgame from Carolina’s home win over Tennessee.

Who are the members of the Carolina Panthers?

On March 21-22, the Panthers hosted the team’s inaugural Regional Spelling Bee Championship at the Atrium Health Dome. Brianna Jimisin (Taylorsville, N.C.) and Logan Edwards (Greer, SC) earned top honors, while Rishi Jayakumar (Davidson, N.C.) and Sreethan Gajula (Waxhaw, N.C.) also qualified for the Scripps national competition this summer.

Who is the wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers?

View photos of wide receiver David Moore who played with the Seahawks from 2017-20. View photos of Rashaan Melvin’s career in the NFL which includes stops in Detroit, Oakland, Indianapolis, Baltimore and Tampa Bay.