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Eric Dickerson compares Rams’ new logo to a ‘penis’

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Hall of Fame running back and former Los Angeles Rams great Eric Dickerson continued his complaints about the new Rams logo unveiled earlier this week after previously leaking on the internet. Dickerson, 59, a six-time Pro Bowl rusher and Offensive Player of the Year with L.A., shared his latest thoughts on the new logo with the actual ram, comparing it to male genitalia.

Via The Los Angeles Times’ Arash Markazi:

“Someone said it looks like a penis. It did…. That says it all right there. That should be enough for the Rams to say we messed up.”

Dickerson, who has the unfortunate name while airing his grievance on what the new Rams logo looks like, has previously shared on social media in the past week how harshly he disdains the rebrand. On Tuesday he told Fox Sports Radio’s Doug Gottlieb:

“The logo, nah, I’m not feeling it. I just don’t like it. And I hope to god that they don’t change the logo on the helmet – you know, put that on the helmet. Because if they put that on the helmet, that’s going to be a disaster.”

Calling himself the “Rambassador,” Dickerson has been all over Twitter this past week following the new logo unveiling to tell fans what he really thinks. The five-time All-Pro First Team running back also said the new logo looks too much like a “C’—a.k.a. the Chargers, Los Angeles’ other NFL franchise.

The Rams reached Super Bowl LIII 13 months ago but failed to make the playoffs a season removed from winning the NFC. Now they’re getting a face lift following the release of Todd Gurley, another iconic running back for the franchise just like the unhappy Dickerson.