The Arizona Cardinals took a jab at Elon Musk after the billionaire formally launched the rebrand of Twitter, altering the enduring blue and white fowl for the sleeker “X.”
The Cardinals modified their Twitter profile picture to pay homage to the outdated fowl.
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“we appreciated the fowl higher…” the group wrote.
Musk formally modified the enduring blue fowl emblem on the social media platform to a brand new black-and-white “X,” which he revealed the day earlier than.
The brand was additionally displayed on Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco early Monday morning. Twitter’s official account on the platform additionally has the title “X.”
“Our headquarters tonight,” Musk wrote in a tweet with the brand new “X” emblem projected onto the constructing’s exterior.
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Musk beforehand modified the corporate, previously “Twitter Inc.,” to “X Corp.”
Musk has supposed to alter the emblem and the corporate’s identification since he first acquired Twitter in October 2022.
The Cardinals have some larger fish to fry than no matter they’re doing on Twitter. Arizona completed the season 4-13 and misplaced Kyler Murray with a knee harm within the final stretch of the season. Murray suffered a torn ACL and might not be out there till someday in the midst of the season.
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With the quarterback state of affairs up within the air, new head coach Jonathan Gannon is certain to have a tricky battle going into the primary week of the season.