Houston Texans Logos History

National Football League Logos Houston Texans (2002-Pres)

When the National Football League returned to Houston for the 2002 season, five years after the Oilers moved to Tenneesee, the league made it clear the Oilers name was retired and no longer an option for the expansion team to revive. With that in mind owner Bob McNair announced three finalists for the new name - Texans, Apollos, and Stallions. Texans, chosen as a nod to the state Houston is in, was a name which had been used several times in football in recent years, for example the Dallas Texans had been both an American Football League team (now the KC Chiefs) and an Arena Football team.





Houston Texans Primary Logos History

Houston Texans Primary Dark Logos History

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Houston Texans Alternate Logos History

Houston Texans Helmets History

Houston Texans Helmet Logos History

Houston Texans Home Uniforms History

Houston Texans Alternate Uniforms History

Houston Texans Wordmark Logos History

Houston Texans Anniversary Logos History

Houston Texans Special Event Logos History

Houston Texans Stadium Logos History

Houston Texans Unused Logos History