Philadelphia Eagles to wear slightly modified nfl jerseys in 2017

The Philadelphia Eagles will be wearing new cheap nfl jerseys in 2017, but the changes will be basically invisible to the naked eye.

New jerseys are always exciting. Sometimes an updated wardrobe is all it takes to endure a full season of heartbreak and despair. That hopefully won’t be the kind season the Philadelphia Eagles will have in 2017, but hey, you never really know.

So what will the changes to the cheap Eagles’ jerseys look like? Well, get out your magnifying glass and take a look.

The jerseys the Eagles have been wearing since 2014 are Nike’s Elite 51 threads. Notice how the 2016 jerseys have a thicker “flywire” collar and feature seams connecting the torso to the shoulder area of the jersey. For the new jerseys, Nike’s Vapor Untouchable threads, the seams are not present and the collar is much thinner than its predecessor.

This certainly isn’t the jersey change most Eagles fans are looking forward to, however. What people are really looking forward to is the return of kelly green.

When speaking to the media at the NFL Annual Meeting in March, Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie said he’d like to bring the kelly green unis back permanently.

The Eagles haven’t dawned the kelly green jerseys since the 2010 season opener against the Green Bay Packers, where Philadelphia honored the 1960 NFL Championship team. Clearly, the Eagles are looking to make a return to the brighter threads. The Eagles proposed a rule change allowing all teams to use an alternate helmet during the season. Unfortunately, the team withdrew the proposal.

Regardless of whether that rule change is made, it certainly appears kelly green is in the Eagles’ future. When those new jerseys will arrive, however, is anyone’s guess.

Authentic Tampa Bay Buccaneers Football Stitched Jerseys

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers currently have a authentic jersey contract with Nike. We have 13 cheap football jerseys in our database for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and are working to add more to jersey Critics. Feel free to contact us with any football jersey designs for this team that we may be missing.

Established in 1976, cheap Buccaneers jerseys overhaul to a more contemporary look in 1997 positively impacted what was previously a dreadful franchise forever.

Often associated with tangerines, the Buccaneers’ eye sore bright orange jerseys during their inaugural season were almost as bad as their record. Tampa Bay lost its first 26 games with the orange, red and white look, completed with a white helmet featuring “Buccaneer Bruce” decals on each side. The scheme didn’t translate well in-person or on television, orange tops with white numerals outlined in red. They became known as the “Creamsicle” jerseys. The Bucs introduced orange pants on the road in 1992.

Tampa Bay’s ownership was in dire need of a revamping and that happened before the turn of the century when the franchise revealed a more intimidating set of threads. “Buccaneer Bruce” was dropped for a menacing skull and crossed sabres logo with a football at the center.

With orange thrown away, the Bucs added pewter which became an instant hit as the main color of the team’s gameday helmet and pants. Tampa Bay didn’t bring the “Creamsicles” back until the 2009 season as a throwback combination.

The Bucs’ current combinations include white or red jerseys with white or pewter pants. Each set of pants include contrasting stripes with hints of black. There’s a single throwback jersey available as well — orange jersey with white pants and a white shell.

Of the franchise’s 10 all-time playoff appearances, six have come since Tampa Bay went to its pewter, red and black get ups in 2002 — the Bucs’ only Super Bowl title-winning season.

Giants to wear color rush Jerseys at home against Cowboys

The atmosphere for a Week 14 game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys was already expected to be electric as both teams are poised to compete for the division title.

But in adding to it, it was announced on Friday that the Giants, who will be at home at MetLife Stadium, will be wearing the color rush jerseys they unveiled last season in their Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Giants hope they will have better luck in those jerseys this season after losing their color rush debut, 24-19, during their lone Thursday night game last season.

On the plus side, Big Blue did have success against the Cowboys in last year’s meetings as they swept the season series.

The Giants’ color rush jersey are a retro version of the white jerseys they wore in the 80s and 90s with a new aged spin to them. Typically, the color rush jerseys are worn on Thursday night games, but the Giants’ only Thursday night game will be in Washington against the Redskins on Thanksgiving.

This will be the first time the Giants will be wearing white jerseys at home since their big jersey change in 2000. That was the year the Big Blue changed their helmets to the “NY” letters.

The color rush jerseys don’t just mean the “old school” look jerseys with blue numbers and red outlining, but they also have the old helmets that read “Giants.” The now retro logo helmets were worn prior to the 2000-2001 season.

Prior to 2000, the last time the Giants wore white at home was in 1987.

Any division game is always important, but this game will have big playoff implications for both teams. Hopefully the excitement of the color rush jerseys will help the Giants propel themselves to victory.

Bengals’ Authentic All-White Jerseys

Carlos Dunlap had never seen a white Bengal tiger until he met Akere at the Cincinnati Zoo on Tuesday morning, dressed neck to shoe in his new, white and black-accented Color Rush cheap Bengals jerseys the Cincinnati Bengals will wear on Sept. 29 against the Miami Dolphins.

“This is going to be rare that the Bengals actually changed their color combinations,” the Bengals defensive end said. “You know how they are about sticking to tradition, so this is going to be a new tradition I feel like.”

Nike designed the cheap nfl jerseys, which feature black stripes on the shoulder pads and hips and the orange and black “B” on the chest. It also features orange tint around the nameplates. They are new uniforms, and Dunlap said they have a different feel.

The look is topped with the traditional orange and black helmet.

“That would be pretty dope, too,” Dunlap said. “I think it’ll be fine like this, too. But if the orange was white on this helmet, that would probably really set it off. I think it’s still sweet. It’s nothing to take away from it.”

The NFL does not allow players to have more than one helmet for safety reasons, and the team’s orange-based helmet has to be shipped to the manufacturer to have the black stripes painted on in the offseason — in other words, it would be logistically impossible for the helmets to be repainted.

This is a special look and will not affect the team’s use of the orange alternate jersey. The orange jersey can still be worn twice.

Dunlap, rookie wide receiver Tyler Boyd and All-Pro defensive tackle Geno Atkins modeled the uniform at the zoo. The wholesale jerseys went on sale in the Bengals Pro Shop on Tuesday, but the only players available are A.J. Green, Andy Dalton and Tyler Eifert.

Jets release jersey numbers for new draft picks, free agent signings

When a team rebuilds, it adds a handful of new players. When new players are brought in cheap nfl jerseys, fans usually can’t wait to see what cheap jets jerseys numbers they will wear.

Well, the Jets released a bunch of jersey numbers this morning, starting with that of No. 6 overall draft pick Jamal Adams. He’ll wear the same number he owned while patrolling the LSU secondary in college.

Here are the numerals fellow Jets draftees Marcus Maye, ArDarius Stewart, Chad Hansen, Jordan Leggett, Dylan Donahue, Elijah McGuire, Jeremy Clark and Derrick Jones will sport. Note, these could change.

 

Oakland Raiders Color Rush Jerseys Design

When the NFL began its Thursday-night Color Rush jersey program two seasons ago, many fans hoped the Raiders would go with solid black. That didn’t happen (they went with solid white), but several of our entrants tried to go that route with their submissions. The best of these designs came from Vince Rabago, whose proposed home jersey really puts the black in the silver and black, with the silver numbers and shoulders providing just enough of a counterpoint.

David Britt created a powerful look by starting with the Raiders’ basic logo, changing the eye-patched player’s head to a skull and adding some gold outlining for a touch of Vegas bling. Granted, the combination of crossed swords and a skull has already been used by the Bucs, but some overlap is inevitable when you’re dealing with raiders and buccaneers, which are essentially synonymous. In any case, Britt’s proposed logo is better than the Bucs’ real logo, so he need not apologize for using the skull ‘n’ swords motif.

No throwback Football Jerseys for the Steelers

When Pittsburgh Steelers team president Art Rooney II spoke with a select group of media prior to his departure for the annual owner’s meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, he reminded fans the team would not be wearing any cheap throwback NFL Jerseys in 2017.

This isn’t breaking news, as the “bumblebee” Jerseys were retired in 2016, and Rooney II told Steelers.com the team would forego a throwback uniform the following year. Now, before going any further, the team will still likely wear their ‘Color Rush’ uniforms once, most likely on Thursday Night Football, in 2017, but the lack of throwback uniforms are fine by me.

In fact, I’m looking forward to not seeing wholesale throwback football jerseys next season.

I’m aware there are those who will read the previous sentence and will have to pick their jaws up off the ground, but I’ve never been one to get excited about a different jersey. I have a road jersey, a home jersey, and have been gifted other NFL jerseys throughout my time rooting for the Steelers, but I would be just fine with only my original home and road jerseys, both Ben Roethlisberger jerseys, for a while.

It isn’t that I didn’t like those gold helmets when Hines Ward was knocking Ed Reed into last week, or the bumble bees when Ryan Clark and company completely embarrassed cheap Robert Griffin III jersey at Heinz Field. I loved those uniforms, but I guess you can call me a traditionalist. To me, nothing is better than the standard black and white jerseys with those classic gold pants with a black stripe down the side.

Why Browns hate their 2017 uniforms?

Whoever was in charge of designing the cheap Browns’ jerseys might not have a job for long, because apparently the team already hates the new look.

Less than two years after unveiling a completely new authentic jersey, the Browns are already looking to start over.

At the NFL owners meeting this week, Browns co-owner Dee Haslam told ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi that there were multiple problems with the team’s latest look.

For one, there was a general feeling that the team’s nine jersey combinations were too busy. Haslam also noted that there’s an issue with the fabric that makes the jerseys tight and uncomfortable for the players. That might explain their record last season.

The Browns and Nike spent roughly two years designing the new wholesale jerseys, which is why it’s such a shock that Cleveland might already want to replace them. The problem with getting new jerseys is that it’s a long process.

Under NFL rules, you can’t replace a uniform more than once every five years, meaning the Browns are stuck with their current duds until the end of the 2019 season. Also, it takes two years to design a new uniform, meaning the Browns likely won’t start planning for their new look until after the 2017 season.

“We’ve talked about it, but we haven’t conceptualized what that might be, and we have to work with the NFL on it,” Haslam said.

When the team does eventually go through the two-year design process, don’t look for them to make the same mistakes they made when they changed their uniform in 2015.

“We’ve learned a lot through that process,” Haslam said. “We will go through the process probably again.”

As for what the new jerseys might look like, Haslam didn’t want to give away any secrets.

“We’re the Cleveland Browns. We stand for a certain thing,” Haslam said. “I can’t imagine doing anything too crazy, can you? I can’t.”

Apparently, there is one crazy thing that might happen. A team source told Grossi that the Browns are “seriously looking” at the possibility of dumping their orange helmet and going with a white one. The team wore a white helmet between 1946 and 1949. The team also happened to win four straight world championships between 1946-49, so maybe going in that direction is the right move.

You can see what all three of the Browns’ current jerseys look like below (Ironically, none of the three players who modeled the uniform in 2015 are still on the team). The all-orange look clearly isn’t popular because the Browns haven’t worn it a single time during their two seasons with the new jerseys.

Browns 2017 uniforms - brownsLook at their face, you will see.

Patriots may be able to wear NFL throwback jerseys

It’s not official yet, but the Patriots may be able to wear the old school Pat Patriot uniforms again if a proposed rule change passes.

The NFL’s annual meetings begin next week, and in between outlawing cool things that the Patriots happen to be good at (like the leaping field goal block) and making “defenseless receiver” an even broader term than it already is, they also happen to be considering a rule change that’ll bring back great memories (for some of us) and PTSD for some of the rest of us.

Yes, we’re talking the old-school, white helmet, red jersey Pat cheap Patriot jerseys!

(We’ll now take a brief pause for our readers that are old enough to remember Super Bowl XX and need to throw up off the balcony.)

Right now, per NESN, the problem with breaking out the throwback duds is that every team has to use the same helmet color for all their wholesale nfl jerseys, and New England is locked in with silver helmets. Fortunately, our friends in the City of Brotherly Love have proposed a rule change that’d let teams get around that:

2017 Resolution Proposal

1. By Philadelphia, Amends the NFL’s On-Field Policy to allow clubs to have an alternate helmet in a color to match their third uniform.

Now we’re cooking with gas! If it passes, that would allow the Patriots to designate white helmets as the helmet color for their third jersey, and that would match the red-on-white vintage jerseys and pants that the Patriots wore from 1961 until 1993, when they switched over to the now-symbol-of-evil Flying Elvis logo and blue-on-silver getup that the team uses to this day.

For those of you thinking, “Hey, hold on, didn’t they wear throwback nfl jerseys just a few years ago?”…yes, they did! The NFL was cool with throwback jerseys and different color helmets until the fall of 2013, when the rule about helmet colors suddenly became a safety issue. Yes, really.

And for those of you thinking “Why not just wear the red jerseys with the silver helmet?”…yes, you can do it in Madden. I get it. It looks like trash and you know it.

What’s everybody thinking – if this rule passes, are you on board with throwback jerseys? Or does that take the Patriots back to a time when they were the Cleveland Browns of football?

Talk About Seattle Seahawks Green Football Jerseys

Green will be the new football jerseys for Seahawks team players. And the time cheap Seahawks jerseys will available on market from China and America, both online and offline store. The Seahawks will showcase a much bolder and brighter look when they play host to the Los Angeles Rams later this year, with the club announcing Tuesday that it will take part in NFL Color Rush 2016, unveiling an Action Green jersey combo that it will wear on Thursday Night Football in mid-December.

Seattle’s new digs feature the team’s energizing accent color from head-to-toe, combining Action Green pants and jerseys with the Seahawks’ traditional blue helmet.

“I love it,” strong safety Kam Chancellor said with a smile. “I think that green looks good on a dark-skinned brother like me. I like it, man. Overall, it’s a real bright color, but I like it. I like how they got a little bit of blue on it just to make it pop out a little bit, and the helmet with it makes it look good.

“It’s going to be a different look, but I like it.”

Last year, just eight teams took part in the NFL’s initial Color Rush launch, but this season’s campaign extends to all 32 teams, pulling inspiration from each club’s current and historic colors and designs. The Seahawks’ new look, though, is certainly one of the most unique.

“It shows that we’re different,” said wide receiver Doug Baldwin. “We’re a different team. We’re a different animal. When you put on this cheap jersey, when you put on these colors, you represent the Seattle Seahawks, and that means something. It’s a little bit different than what anybody else can understand, but when you put on these colors you understand it when you’re out there on the field.”

Seattle will wear its Action Green alternate jersey against the Rams on Dec. 15 at CenturyLink Field, when Los Angeles will be decked out in an all-white look. But 12s hoping to catch an early glimpse of the gameday getup are in luck.

Fan versions of the jerseys will go on sale Tuesday at all four Pro Shop locations, plus online right here. The CenturyLink Field, Renton Landing, and Downtown Pro Shop locations will open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, marking the first place Seahawks fans can pick them up.

“They always say if you look good, you play good, you feel good,” said Chancellor. “So I’m ready to look good and feel good. I’m ready to wear them.”`

One hundred percent of the NFL’s proceeds from the sale of Color Rush cheap jerseys will go directly to the NFL Foundation to fund health, safety, and wellness programs for youth around the country, funding grants to support athletes, youth football, and each of the NFL’s 32 communities. The initial $500,000 raised from the Color Rush initiative will go toward replacing youth and high school football equipment and playing fields lost in last month’s Louisiana floods.