A Big Day for Cleveland

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A Possible New Addition to the Uni Watch Glossary

I was recently interviewed by a guy from the San Diego Chargers’ website, who was working on a story about the team’s uniforms. We talked about various aspects of Chargers uni history, and at one point he said, “Of course, we were the first football team to wear outlined uniform numbers. That’s why . . . → Read More: A Possible New Addition to the Uni Watch Glossary

Monday Morning Uni Watch

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The most uni-notable moment in yesterday’s Super Bowl took place several hours before the game, when Patriots coach Bill Belichick showed up wearing a T-shirt with an “NEP” Pats logo I’d never seen before on the front (see above), and “Don’t Tread on Me” on the . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch

Uniform Histories of the Patriots and Seahawks

By Phil Hecken

Today’s the big day — Super Bowl XLIX is on.

As in prior years, the focus of this post will be the uniform histories of the two combatants: AFL original member the New England (nee Boston) Patriots, and 1976 NFL expansion franchise Seattle Seahawks. Both of the teams have . . . → Read More: Uniform Histories of the Patriots and Seahawks