As pointed out by new owner Jimmy Haslam, a new uniform look for the Cleveland Browns is not out of the question.
New uniforms and other cosmetic changes weren’t ruled out by Haslam at his press conference, and maybe that’s something that could scare Browns fans who are entrenched in the Browns current overall design. It shouldn’t. Change is scary, but change can be good, especially when the status quo is so depressing. Besides, Haslam correctly pointed out that “culture” isn’t defined by a logo, mascot, uniform or any other material item that’s associated with a football team.
“I would maybe define ‘culture’ a little different than that,” Haslam said when asked about a facelift for the team. “Culture is a little different than uniforms and naming rights. Culture is about how you come to work every day and conduct yourselves.
“We changed our logo and our designs of our stores multiple times over the years. But the basic culture and core beliefs stay the same.”