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New England Patriots Subtly Reveal New Secondary Logo – SportsLogos.Net News

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Following a recent visit to Gillette Stadium, former New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes posted a photo of what appears to be the franchise’s new secondary logo prominently displayed inside the facility. 

At the center of the roundel is an “NE” featuring a partial version of New England’s “Flying Elvis” primary logo, including the face and star on his cap. It is surrounded by the full team name and their year of establishment (1960).

The full logo was also spotted during a post-draft press conference with de facto general manger Eliot Wolf, wdhile a partial version appeared on a graphic welcoming third-round pick Caedan Wallace to Foxborough.

It’s unclear how the Patriots plan to use the logo, though it’ll likely be reserved for team-issued gear, fan merchandise and signage around the stadium. It’ll also presumably replace another interlocking “NE” that was used in the same capacity.

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