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1 hour ago, j'villejags said:

Rams logo is blue/white (not royal/gold). The Chargers almost look like they may have dropped the double blue and gone with a single blue that is closer to their alternate they've worn in recent years. Looks like rather minor (if any) changes for the rest of the teams making changes, but it's hard to glean much with the quality of the images. And I suppose some of these could be placeholders.

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Why do the Radiers have two?

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1 hour ago, j'villejags said:

Rams logo is blue/white (not royal/gold). The Chargers almost look like they may have dropped the double blue and gone with a single blue that is closer to their alternate they've worn in recent years. Looks like rather minor (if any) changes for the rest of the teams making changes, but it's hard to glean much with the quality of the images. And I suppose some of these could be placeholders.

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The Rams CEO confirmed are getting a new logo, so I'm pretty sure that some these are place holders. 

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2 hours ago, CaliforniaGlowin said:

I love the neon look.  Silver only really works with the Raiders and the Cow....THERE'S NO COWBOYS???

 

I don’t know all the details, and if someone knows how it works please enlighten us better than I am, but I believe the Cowboys have a separate merchandise contract from the rest of the league. I think they even get extra gear here and there, and sometimes aren’t included amongst the other teams in promo shots.

 

Again, I’m not sure exactly how it works, but I think Jerruh threw some kind of fit with the recent Nike/New Era change, and the league actually relented and allowed them to be independent? If you look at the sales and jock tags on Cowboys gear, they’re almost always different than the rest of the league.

 

EDIT: Ah, here it is.

 

Also, here’s more. Apparently they’ve been doing this since as far back as the 1990s.

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On 3/1/2020 at 8:07 PM, _DietDrPepper_ said:
On 3/1/2020 at 8:04 PM, BringBackTheVet said:

If you turned on a football game for the first time, without knowledge of history and how sleeves used to look, you'd probably wonder why there's half or quarter stripes on the shoulder cap of those jerseys.

 

It may look "fine" to people that understand that they used to go all the way around and that the footbal uniform has been shrinking, but to a neophyte, it probably looks silly.

I disagree, if someone’s gonna question why there’s stripes on a jersey, they’d question why there’s stripes on a long sleeved jersey as well. People, even uneducated ones understand there’s no room for full wrap around stripes, and get that that’s how uniforms are.

 

Though I hate to refer to a movie that glorifies scabbing, I must note that, back in December, @jgiff17 posted a picture from the movie The Replacements that shows how shoulder stripes can be done in a non-truncated manner, even on linemens' jerseys.

 

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1 hour ago, Ferdinand Cesarano said:

 

Though I hate to refer to a movie that glorifies scabbing, I must note that, back in December, @jgiff17 posted a picture from the movie The Replacements that shows how shoulder stripes can be done in a non-truncated manner, even on linemens' jerseys.

 

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Pretty sure that movie came out almost 20 years ago. I think some teams still had full shoulder stripes at that time as well.

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