In the early days of the NFL, a team’s logo was more than just a logo.
In fact, it was considered a badge of honor.
In the early 1960s, the New York Jets drafted a star player named Jim Brown.
That was when the first Hauschka logo appeared.
By 1968, the team had adopted a red, white and blue look that had the same symbol on the back.
Today, NFL teams use the Hauscheka logo on all uniforms, logos, uniforms and all other items of apparel.
The Hausches started the Haskins Brothers, a sports bar chain.
The Haskens, whose name is based on the German word for “Hausch” and their business name, started in 1961 with a franchise in the city of New York.
The company eventually expanded to 20 states, including Ohio, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.
According to a report by The Associated Press, the company has earned more than $1 billion in sales.
Hausches, which started in 1962, employs more than 2,000 people and operates two restaurants in New York and New Jersey.
Haskins also operates a large food and beverage empire, including several restaurants in Chicago, Indianapolis, Houston and other cities.
The chain also has an exclusive contract with the National Football League and has been the league’s official logo for the past four years.
The NFL declined to comment.