In a move that seems like a no-brainer at this point, the Pittsburgh Steelers have been looking into a new logo that would better represent the current state of their franchise. And it appears as though they’ve finally found the perfect fit.
The people at Fake SportsCenter were the first to break the news:
As you can see, they’ll also be changing their city name to “Potsburgh.” Fitting, isn’t it?
Of course, this is all in response to Martavis Bryant‘s one-year suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. And that incident was preceded by Le’Veon Bell‘s two-game suspension at the start of 2015 after he and former Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount were booked smoking marijuana while driving back in August.
From the looks of it, you’d think the Pittsburgh Steelers were doing their best to try and keep up with the Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns in their race for the label as “Bad Boys of the AFC North.” But with the likes of Adam “Pacman” Jones, Terrell Suggs and Josh Gordon still holding a place on the other teams’ rosters, the Steelers still have some work to do before they sit atop that throne.