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  1. Kansas City Stealth Air Force Insignia logo. Designed to look like the insignia of the US Air Force, with some modifications. Would mostly be used on T-Shirts and other merchandise, not on uniforms or court logos.
  2. I'll get concepts for them yes. Just doing a general overview for now.
  3. The cities and teams (note that "Metro Population" refers to the Census Statistical Area population- these extend further beyond the city limits and give a better idea of actual markets). Add ideas for names if you have them. Louisville, Kentucky (AFC East) Metro Population: 1,522,112 Any time people talk about either of the major 4 sports leagues expanding, Louisville is always in question. The metro area is home to 1.5 million people, without a single major professional sports team. The city has a rich sports history, and is home to the University of Louisville, whose teams enjoy a strong, loyal fanbase in the city. Additionally, there is already a 61,000 seat stadium for the University of Louisville, which could be used until a new stadium for the team could be constructed. Potential Names: Stallions, Generals, Colonels Omaha, Nebraska (AFC North) Metro Population: 931,666 Located about 2 hours north of Kansas City, Omaha is a rapidly-growing city. It is known as the "Amateur Sports Capital of America", as it is home to the NCAA College World Series, the US Olympic Swimming Trials, and the Creighton University men's basketball team. Omaha is also located close to the University of Nebraska in Lincoln (about 1 hour), and would attract a following from across the entire state. A rivalry would most likely develop with Kansas City, as well as with Green Bay, based on existing college rivalries. Would require the construction of a new stadium. Potential Names: Locomotives, Locos, Spikes, Thunderheads Mexico City, Mexico (AFC South) [Wrong Location on Map] Metro Population: 20.9 Million Recently, the NFL has been focusing intensely on Mexico for international expansion. Throughout the country, the NFL has a fairly strong following, and would be much more logistically practical than a team in London. The team would be based at Estadio Azteca. There is currently a professional football league active in Mexico, called La Liga de Futbol Americano Profesional (LFA), which the NFL could ally with (much like they tried to do with the AAF), in order to create sort of a minor league to expand the popularity of the game across the country. Potential Names: Aztecs, Capitolinos Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (AFC West) Metro Population: 1,396,445 Another rapidly-growing city, with a strong football presence. Fairly strong support for the Texas NFL teams, as well as the college teams at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University. There currently are some areas located in the downtown area where a stadium and the related development could be constructed. A rivalry would most likely develop with Kansas City, Denver, and other AFC West teams, as well as the Texas NFL teams. Potential Names: Barons, Oilers, Pronghorns, Outlaws, Gunslingers Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Virginia (NFC East) Metro Population: 1,833,136 Another major city (actually the largest in Virginia), that lacks any major professional sports teams. There has been talk of expansion into this market by the MLB and the NBA, as well as the NFL. A team located in Norfolk/Virginia Beach could also draw support from the rest of the state, besides that which is considered part of the DC Metro Area, as any teams located in that area are branded as DC teams, not Virginia teams. Potential Names: Neptunes, Tridents, Tritons, Navigators, Commodores, Destroyers, anything having to do with sailing or the Navy. Quad Cities, Iowa/Illinois (NFC North) Metro Population: 383,681 An area that would, at first look, be easy to overlook. However, the team would draw a following from the nearby cities of Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, and Waterloo, as well as Des Moines. College football has a strong presence in Iowa. Rivalries would most likely develop with the Omaha expansion team, as well as with Chicago and Green Bay. The stadium itself would be located in Davenport, Iowa, as it would be much more likely for the team to draw support from Iowa if it was actually based in Iowa. Potential Names: Aggies, Reapers, Harvesters San Antonio, Texas (NFC South) Metro Population: 2,473,974 A city in the heart of football country with a pre-existing NFL-capable stadium. Potential Names: Vipers, Venom, Blazers Portland, Oregon (NFC West) Metro Population: 3,239,335 Portland is also frequently talked about when considering expansion for the major sports leagues. Rivalries would most likely develop with the Seahawks and with the 49ers. Potential Names: Lumberjacks, Pioneers, Axmen Potential Alternatives: Toronto, Ontario (NFC North) Grand Rapids, Michigan (NFC North) Orlando, Florida (AFC South instead of Mexico City) Memphis, Tennessee (AFC South instead of Mexico City or Orlando)
  4. Bet this is something none of you have heard of, but here's my idea for NFL Expansion. The eventual goal of this would be to add one more team to each division. I see this as feasible, after the failure of the AAF, it seems as if the NFL is unstoppable. This would eliminate the need for drastic re-alignments. On the map, the expansion cities are in BOLD. The cities, team names (for some), and explanations will be in the next post.
  5. It's an interesting concept, but I like it. You don't see many football teams using the soccer-style logos, but that'd be a good idea if some did, especially for international teams.
  6. Home jersey with the Nike logo. Would be black on white and blue uniforms, white on the black and gray ones.
  7. Kinda forgot that, it'd be opposite the NBA logo as usual.
  8. Updated the cap insignia letter logo. Added the "pit" at the front to make it look more like a snake's snout. Also went ahead and added "Carolina" to the logo instead of "Charlotte". Either would work for the team's name.
  9. Yeah I've thought of that, that could work also with the same logo and font and everything.
  10. Charlotte Copperheads Uniforms
  11. It's supposed to look like a viper's mouth open, with the fangs on the top. A snake's open mouth makes sort of a natural c-shape. That's why I added that little bowed out part on the back of the "C", so it would look like that's where the body meets. However, I'm open to ideas as to how to make it look better. Maybe getting rid of the stripes (I added them originally because copperheads have different shades of brown on their bodies), but removing them could make it look a little better I guess.
  12. Kansas City Stealth Court Design for the Sprint Center.
  13. Uniforms the Stealth would use on a regular basis.
  14. I would agree with y'all that the logo is similar to the KC Command/Brigade logo, it is inspired by the logos of those two teams. However, both of those teams have folded, and each time they were around, it was only for a few seasons. I thought that the general idea of having a stealth bomber as the logo was a good idea, so I decided to go with it, however, I tried to make it unique enough. As far as the monogram logo goes, it is common for Kansas City sports teams to have a monogram logo that just says "KC" and has the letters connected somehow, so that is why I didn't put any graphics as a background. Also the monogram logo was inspired somewhat by the Kansas City Monarchs' monogram logo.
  15. The Kansas City Stealth would be an NBA expansion franchise, with its home arena at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The name comes from the B-2 Spirit stealth bombers, based at nearby Whiteman Air Force Base.