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How many team have logos on one side of their helmets?

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2008-01-22 00:51:28
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Only one. The Steelers. Its a historical thing. A long time back the franchise was too poor to buy enough logos for both sides of the helmet. It stuck and now its a tradition. A footnote to this question: The Cleveland Browns are the only team with no logo.

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