What’s wrong with that powder blue we’ve all grown to know and love?
Now that the NFL has made an agreement with Nike to become the new jersey provider to the 32 NFL teams in place of Reebok, it looks like they have decided to take them all in a new direction. Here’s what ProFootballTalk had to say on the subject.
On the day that the NFL announced Nike will replace Reebok as the league’s uniform supplier in 2012, a Nike official said changes are coming to NFL jerseys.
Nike Brand President Charlie Denson told Darren Rovell of CNBC that the change would be similar to changes that Nike has made to college football jerseys.
“We plan on changing the NFL jersey dramatically just like we’ve done with the college programs, using new thinking and the greatest technology available,” Denson said. “The NFL program hasn’t had the same type of advancement in recent years.
After years of Reebok leading the way on NFL jerseys, it will be interesting to see what dramatic changes Nike comes up with. I just hope no NFL team follows the hideous example of Oregon in college football.
If these really are what Nike has in store for the Chargers, I’m a little disappointed. Any other thoughts?