Chiefs have given up on cobra-themed helmets for next season, according to a tweet from coach Andy Reid.
“Brock Osweiler is the perfect example of how we can change the perception of the cobra,” Reid tweeted on Tuesday.
“He got a new helmet and it’s just not the same.
The cobra is a symbol of our team.”
The Chiefs have already worn cobra logos during games in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
The team also used cobra designs for the jerseys of two players, safety Dontae Johnson and defensive end Tyvon Branch.
In addition to cobra, the Chiefs have used other designs during games this season, including the logo for the NFL’s Denver Broncos.
The Chiefs also have used the word “Cobra” in a variety of ways during games, including “C-B-R-O-O,” “Crazy” and “Crock.”
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