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Stampeders Grey Cup Rings

The most recent Grey Cup Winners for the CFL, The Calgary Stampeders received their 2018 Grey Cup rings. The championship rings are made from 10-karat white and yellow gold and have a total of 201 white diamonds creating the Stampeders’ iconic white horse and the words “Grey Cup Champions” on the face. On the right side we see the championship year, as well as eight trophies to commemorate all the championships the organization has won over the years. The left side features the players names, number and position set with diamonds throughout. We see on the inside of the ring the team motto “12 Strong” and the final score of the Grey Cup Championship game.

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Steelers Throwback Jersey

The Steelers are set to bring back their throwback uniforms again for 2019. The throwback unis we first saw hit the field last season in Week 8 agains the Cleveland Browns honor the 40th anniversary of Super Bowl XIII. The traditional block numbers and bold shoulder stripes will be back on the Steelers again this season.


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Bears Centennial Patch

The Bears have released photos from their most recent photoshoot and we get our first look at the centennial patch that they will wear this season. The Bears are the only team that will celebrate their 100th year this season along with the NFL. Each player will wear a patch on their left chest that features the number 100 with the bears head on it. The Bears will also be introducing a new throwback uniform for this season as well as other special ways they will honor this year.

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Kyler Murray Air Jordan 1 Low “Nike K1” PEs

When the #1 overall pick Kyler Murray hit the stage to accept his Cardinals jersey from the Commissioner he was rocking a custom 1-of-1 pair of shoes. Nike created the 1-of-1 custom PE Air Jordan 1 Lows with full patent leather that featured a pink embroidered Swoosh and a green light post embroidered on the heel. The light post was a nod to Kyler’s favorite movie, The Great Gatsby. To finish off the one of a kind pair of kicks the tongue showed off the Nike K1 logo along with the 2019 NFL Draft. We will keep you posted as Nike’s newest superstars rolls out more unique swag.

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2019 NFL Draft Hats

The NFL Draft is right around the corner and we will see the new wave of players drafted to their new teams. As they cross the stage dressed to impress the players will be given this year’s Draft Hat before they reach Roger Goodell to pose for some photos. As this season marks the 100th season of the NFL the theme that was created for the hats is centered around each team’s local flag. On the backs of each hat we will see the NFL 100 logo as well as the flag that inspired the design of each hat will be found on the inside.

“This idea as we go through to celebrate the past of the NFL and innovation of where it’s moving, we really wanted to start with where the game began within each local community. It’s a unique way to say this is where we started, this is who we are, this is what we’re about, this is the community we represent. At the same time it tells a separate story of welcoming a new member into that community. Really trying to tell this message of this is where we’re going, this is who we represent and welcome into the community.” - Ryan DiNunzio, New Era’s director of football

So far all teams have released their hat except for the New York Jets who are about to unveil their new logo and uniform this week.


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Texans Add Logo on the Backs of Jerseys

The Houston Texans have announced a slight change to the game uniforms going forward. Now located on the back neck area will be the Texans bull head sitting right above the players name, to provide another touch point for the team and their pride within the Houston community.

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Nike's New Football Cleats

Nike has released their newest line of football cleats that include the Nike Alpha Menace Elite 2, Nike Force Savage Elite 2, and the Nike Vapor Untouchable 3. The Nike Alpha Menace Elite 2 cleats are built for those multidirectional athletes such as Saquon Barkley and Russell Wilson. The cleat features a midfoot strap with TPU yarns in the forefoot to protect the feet from getting stepped on.

The Nike Force Savage Elite 2, has been designed for players in the trenches like Khalil Mack. The cleat comes with a redesigned cleat plate for optimal comfort and traction. Nike switched it up and instead of laces, they used three straps to work with a burrito tongue and allow for quick tightening adjustments in-between plays.

The cleats look to add flair and style to each player while bringing the most innovative technology to the football field.

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New Uniforms for Oregon State

Oregon State football has released their new uniforms for the upcoming season. The Beavers drew inspiration from the tall trees that surround the campus and the stories that have. Within the numbers we see a ring pattern that is seen on the inside of the tree that tells its story. The tops of the shoulders show off a stripe that continues down both sides of the pants. The team introduced three color options with a full black, orange, and “Natural” an off white uniform combinations that will allow them to mix and match throughout the season. The black helmet was the only helmet introduced with all three looks and features the Oregon State Beaver logo on each side with a solid orange stripe down the middle. It will be interesting to see if Oregon State has some alternate helmets to throw in this season.

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Chargers' New Primary Powder Blue Jerseys

The Los Angeles Chargers revealed that their iconic powder blue jerseys will serve as their primary home uniform in 2019. To accompany the powder blue look, the Chargers will also wear the gold facemask that we most recently saw them rock with their color rush uniform. The Chargers were actually the first team in NFL history to wear a colored facemask when they first took the field with them on their blue helmet back in 1974.

“The powders are NICE! There’s just something special when you put them on. You get a whole different feeling. A whole different vibe. Seeing that powder blue in the stadium and all your brothers wearing it, it’s a great feeling. Knowing we’re wearing that more is exciting…. Before I even came to the Chargers I knew about the powder blues. When I came out here and got to put it on, it’s an honor. You hear it around the nation – the powder blues are the best in sports. So getting to wear them more, it feels like we get to turn up more.” - All-Pro safety Adrian Phillips

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New Uniforms for Arena Football