The Arizona Cardinals took a hit on Elon Musk after the billionaire officially launched Twitter’s rebrand, swapping out the iconic blue and white bird for the fancy «X.»
The Cardinals changed their Twitter profile picture to pay tribute to the old bird.
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«We liked the bird better…» the team wrote.
Musk formally changed the iconic blue bird logo on the social media platform to a new black and white «X», which it revealed the day before.
The logo was also displayed at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters early Monday morning. The official Twitter account on the platform also has the name «X».
«Our headquarters tonight,» Musk wrote in a tweet with the new «X» logo projected onto the outside of the building.
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Musk previously changed the company, formerly «Twitter Inc.», to «X Corp.»
Musk has been intent on changing the company’s logo and identity since he first acquired Twitter in October 2022.
The Cardinals have something more important to fry than whatever they’re doing on Twitter. Arizona finished the season 4-13 and lost Kyler Murray to a knee injury late in the season. Murray suffered a torn ACL and he may not be available until halfway through the season.
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With the quarterback situation up in the air, new head coach Jonathan Gannon is sure to have a tough battle in the first week of the season.