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Originally founded as the Morgan Athletic Club in 1898 they later moved to Chicago in 1920 and were renamed to the Cardinals. In 1944 they combined with the Pittsburgh Steelers to become the Card-Pitt. The merger was due to a lack of players due to WWII. In 1945 they became the Chicago Cardinals again. Starting in 1947, the team had a logo of a cardinal bird perched on the stitches of a football. However, the club did not attach a logo to their helmets until they debuted a cardinal-head logo in 1960, the year the franchise moved from Chicago to St. Louis. They stayed in St. Louis for 27 years and then moved to Arizona in 1988 and were named the Phoenix Cardinals until being changed to the Arizona Cardinals.
In 2005, the team unveiled its first major changes in a century. The cardinal-head logo was updated to be a more aggressive version of its predecessor, making it look meaner. Numerous fans had called the previous version a "parakeet". Black again became an accent color after an eight-year absence, while trim lines were added to the outside shoulders, sleeves, and sides of the jerseys and pants. Both the red and white jerseys have the option of red or white pants.
In 1988 at the home opener for the Cardinals in Arizona they wore all red, but then wore white in the rest of the home games making the other team wear darks and therefore be warmer. The combination of the jerseys has changed many times and usually because of losing streaks. Between 2006-2009 they changed the combinations of their uniform half a dozen times.
The 2010 season saw the Cardinals debut a new, alternate black jersey. Prior to its introduction, the Cardinals were the only NFL team without an alternate jersey or throwback kit, save for the NFL's 75th anniversary program in 1994.