New Website Aims to Be the Last Word on Helmet History

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By now, most of you folks are probably familiar with the major uniform history online databases — Dressed to the Nines for MLB, NHLuniforms.com for the NHL, the Gridiron Uniform Database for pro football, and so on.

Another football resource is The Helmet Project, which documents . . . → Read More: New Website Aims to Be the Last Word on Helmet History

Where Cap Collectors Can Let Their Geek Flags Fly

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from reader Noah Sidel (that’s him above), who’s going to tell us about a cap-collecting community on Facebook. Enjoy. — Paul]

By Noah Sidel

I’ve worn a baseball cap almost every day since I . . . → Read More: Where Cap Collectors Can Let Their Geek Flags Fly

A Seriously Weird NFL Facemask

When I was a kid, I spent hours poring over the book The Pros, which one of my brothers had purchased years earlier and left behind in our house after he went off to college. It featured tons of great NFL photos from the late 1950s (and also lots of great illustrations and tons of . . . → Read More: A Seriously Weird NFL Facemask

The NFL Logo’s Missing Link

With NFL season about to start, let's look at the NFL logo. Here's how it's evolved over the years. pic.twitter.com/PUuPfvi9sU

— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) September 6, 2016

In September of 2016, I did an ESPN piece about the various ways in which the NFL logo has appeared on team uniforms. . . . → Read More: The NFL Logo’s Missing Link