Contents

1941–1942 1944–1945 1946–1950 1951–1969 1970–1982 1983–1988
1941–1942 1944–1945 1946–1950 1951–1969 1970–1982 1983–1988
 
1989–1994 1995–1999 2000–2015 2016 2017–2019 2020–present
1989–1994 1995–1999 2000–2015 2016 2017–2019 2020–present


Cleveland Rams

1937–1942

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1944–1945

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Los Angeles Rams (first era)

1946–1947

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1948–1971

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1972–1974

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1975–1980

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1981–1983

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1984–1988

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1989–1993

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1994

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St. Louis Rams

1995–1996

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1997–1999

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2000–2001

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2002–2012

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2013–2015

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Los Angeles Rams (second era)

2016

Los Angeles Rams 2016 Logo.svg

The Rams moved back to Los Angeles for the 2016 NFL season. The Rams logo was retained along with its wordmark, with its city replaced with "Los Angeles."

2017–2019

Los Angeles Rams 2017-2019 Logo.svg

This logo without St. Louis gold and an outline was slowly phased in to replace the previous logo, most notably on the team's home field and social media accounts. In 2017, it became their official primary logo.

2020–present

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