Flag Football is what we do.
Lenys Crew's main jersey / Lenys Baddogs travel alternate.
What's it mean to wear Baddog green? The meaning starts with strapping the Baddog logo to your chest and committing a few hours to the team each week; unselfishly giving every ounce of your body to winning. You don't always have to be the most physically gifted to wear the green and grey, but you do need to go full speed every play and keep a good attitude. We do not tolerate piss-poor attitudes, disrespectful language, or excessive taunting. As a player and member of Leny's Crew and the Baddogs, we expect everyone to play hard on every play and let our actions and the end result do the talking for us. The Baddogs are a traveling team and are thus selective on the company we keep. Our teammates earn their patches by working hard and playing themselves into starting roles, and eventually onto traveling rosters to win championships. Baddogs Legion of WOOF!!
Championship Patch Tradition
Baddogs main jersey with both style patches.
The Baddogs wear their jersey's with pride and see them as their battle uniforms. When it's time to hang up that uniform and retire they can hang the jersey proud littered with the past battle victories and great memories. The concept is similar to hash-marking in high school or college football, and service marks in the military. As you look across the shoulders off the Baddogs you can get a sense of the history that each Baddog has been a part of as a member of the team. The Baddogs' local league championship patches are green panels with silver bones and are worn along the right shoulder. The left shoulder contains regional championships patches which have green panels with gold bones. Green jerseys serve as the Baddogs main uniform while the greys serve as Lenys Crew's main uniform. Any player championship patches will be represented on the green jerseys only.
The Baddog Mission Statement - "Putting the Nasty in Dynasty"
The back of the tag holds the Baddog mission statement "Putting the Nasty in Dynasty," and many Baddog players will be sporting a custom toe tag. The dog tags are an obvious reference to the military which we hope represents: the type of discipline we try to hold on the football field, the type of brotherhood we hope to foster through commitment to the team, and the type of work-hard, play-hard mentality we embody.