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As the NFL prepares for tonight’s draft, assorted teaser photos are showing various teams’ jerseys rendered in Nike’s latest tailoring template (the one with the painfully cringe-worthy name, so I won’t be saying it out loud), which means they’re blissfully, gloriously free of the . . . → Read More: Our Long National Nightmare Is Over (except maybe in Cleveland)
[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation and will return to the site on March 9. Today’s content is by assistant editor Alex Hider.]
By Alex Hider
Almost every athletic uniform across all sports shares one thing in common: A number on the back of the jersey. It’s been that way across the . . . → Read More: The Brief History Of Logo-On-Back
Paul here, making another doubly rare August-weekend appearance.
Remember last year when the Nikelace on some Cowboys jerseys appeared to be tinted blue? The party line at the time — and I got this from ESPN’s Cowboys beat reporter, who got it from the team — was that it was due to blue dye from . . . → Read More: Cowboys Already in Midseason Form