Knoxville Ice Bears Totally Screw the Pooch

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Uni Watch Exclusive! Leaked Catalog Hints at New Alternate Jerseys for NFL Teams

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Heard yesterday from a trusted industry source, who shared the new Nike/NFL 2015 youth catalog with me (the cover of which is shown above). This isn’t as good as seeing the adult catalog, natch, but it nonetheless offers some . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Exclusive! Leaked Catalog Hints at New Alternate Jerseys for NFL Teams

On Authentic Historic Jersey Reproductions

By Morris Levin

The Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. in 2014 is the official licensee of NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB authentic reproduction jerseys. Mitchell & Ness was solely an MLB licensee from 1985 to 1998. Last Friday I wrote on this page, “The 1990 Mitchell & Ness catalog” about the company’s beautifully . . . → Read More: On Authentic Historic Jersey Reproductions

Eagles Stuck Wearing Black Because of Problems With Midnight Green

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Paul here — I’m minding the store this weekend.

Odd scene at last night’s Eagles/Pats game in Foxboro, as New England opted to wear white at home and the Eagles wore their black alts. But according to a series of tweets from Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Zach . . . → Read More: Eagles Stuck Wearing Black Because of Problems With Midnight Green