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Since he entered the league out of Miami in 1996, Baltimore embraced Lewis, and he became the heart and soul of the defense and the face of the franchise.
Consider the chain of calamities that hit the Blazers that day: Brandon Roy, the face of the franchise, was forced to retire at 27 because of continuing knee problems.
If you're the star or the face of the franchise and if you win, it's great for you, and everybody looks at you.
During the summer months, Leahy said that Scorch is the highly visible face of the franchise.
1 overall draft pick had spent nine seasons with the Clippers and had become the face of the franchise.
Burns' boldest move, though, has been the surprise August trading of the longtime face of the franchise, Shalrie Joseph, to Chivas USA for 23-year-old midfielder Blair Gavin (whose contract option the team declined on Friday), money and a second-round pick in this year's draft.
If Howard agrees to an extension, he will eventually be the new face of the franchise.
With the Elmore Group based out of Utah and California, the Bebans were the local face of the franchise during the final 28 years at Civic Stadium.