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I think pink would be a very difficult color to use a a major secondary color (the main color of the pants or helmet color, for example), but if used like the neon color used by Seattle, it could be a very good "eye pop". Just try and avoid using it too much, or it'll defenitely lose any sense of professionalism.

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The only way pink or Magenta or whatever you want to call it could work in the NFL is if it were paired with black as an accent color.

I would keep that shade of blue, but make Burgundy the primary color. You'd get a unique look with more realistic and manly colors.

Or replace pink with Burgundy, creating an Aston Villa/West Ham color scheme.

As much as I want pink too work in the NFL, I think the look you created would still fit better in a women's league.

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The only way pink or Magenta or whatever you want to call it could work in the NFL is if it were paired with black as an accent color.

I would keep that shade of blue, but make Burgundy the primary color. You'd get a unique look with more realistic and manly colors.

Or replace pink with Burgundy, creating an Aston Villa/West Ham color scheme.

As much as I want pink too work in the NFL, I think the look you created would still fit better in a women's league.

I think pink would work if it was only a trim or accent color.

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this can't work in the nfl and why use a ua font with a nike design the font is called UA CADET and is made by conrad

lol someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed......its a concept man, and it can work....black and blue the main colors....and just cuz its made by conrad means nothing...he made it so we can use it for concepts

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The only way pink or Magenta or whatever you want to call it could work in the NFL is if it were paired with black as an accent color.

I would keep that shade of blue, but make Burgundy the primary color. You'd get a unique look with more realistic and manly colors.

Or replace pink with Burgundy, creating an Aston Villa/West Ham color scheme.

As much as I want pink too work in the NFL, I think the look you created would still fit better in a women's league.

That's exactly what I had in mind. I wish the Avs would lighten their blue and do that. It's one of the most beautiful color schemes in sports IMO

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