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Was looking at NFL logo slicks/style guides earlier, and I came across this. As you can see, underneath the regular uniforms, there is a pair of white pants with one thick purple stripe down the sides. I've seen this in Madden before as well, but I thought it was an EA mistake. However, Gridiron Uniform Database shows that the Vikings have never worn said pants--even in preseason. Has anyone seen or heard about these pants, or know why they exist?
Felt like making some concepts after seeing all of the uniform reveals this offseason, here we go: Atlanta Falcons I don't hate what they unveiled, I think with some tweaks it'd be pretty good No gradients, small wordmark, etc. I think the biggest missed opportunity was not switching back to a red helmet; red helmet/black jersey would've been a unique look and the throwback would be accurate. The side panels and pant stripes both taper to a point to avoid never lining up. Los Angeles Rams Thought I'd try making gradient numbers and bone work. This is sort of a modernization of their previous, mismatched look. The home uniform only uses yellow and orange, and the away navy and bone. Yellow and white jerseys serve as alternates. Thanks for checking these out, I'll post other teams as I finish them, or until I get bored