Mascots: Part III

Arizona Cardinals – Big Red

Big Red just turned 21. He’s a 6-foot-4-inches tall bird with a 7-foot wingspan. Back in 2009, when he was 11, he made his first appearance in the Super Bowl XLIII.

Atlanta Falcons – Freddie Falcon

Being the original mascot, Freddie Falcon has entertained fans for decades.

Carolina Panthers – Sir Purr

Sir Purr’s number is 00. He is loves to snack on falcons, eagles, and seahawks. He has a young family member, Mini Meow, that he sometimes takes around with him.

Chicago Bears – Staley Da Bear

Staley Da Bear is named after the team’s original name, the Decatur Staleys. Since making his debut in 2003, Staley and his “furballs” (friends) take over halftime to play against youth players.

Dallas Cowboys – Rowdy

Rowdy wears his signature outfit that consists of a uniform, an oversized cowboy hat, chaps, and cowboy boots.

Detriot Lions – Roary

Roary is a lion-like figure.

Green Bay Packers – None

The Packers are one of the few teams in the NFC without a mascot.

Los Angeles Rams – Rampage

Ramapage is an anthropomorphic ram who was introduced in July 2010. When the team was back in St. Luis, the team held a naming contest. From more than 1,000 submissions, Rampage was chosen. He is a large ram at 6’1″ and 200lbs.

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