Rams COO Kevin Demoff has been hinting at a new uniform change for the team and the team has emphasized white recently. For the past two years, the endzone design has been strictly blue and white. During their Thursday night game against the 49ers, the Rams opted to wear all white for their home game.
This latest tweet hints that the team might revert back to their glory days of being a blue and white team. I personally love it since those are one of my favorite uniforms of all time.
But of course, they could also include their previous uniform set of blue and yellow.
Fortunately with their current throwback rules, it can be done. The helmet will remain navy and they can swap out the decals for either looks. Regardless, I am glad they are moving away from their current set. While it was a good one, when they eliminated the gold pants, it really hurt their overall image. A change had to be made. I’m liking where this is going.
When will these two teams meet again?
Well, are we?
In a sense, yes we are. It’s just a schedule release. No other sport gets this kind of hype for their schedule release.
But here we are, waiting to see when our most anticipated matchups will happen.
Sure it’s six months down the line and there’s nothing we can do now once we know when these games are happening. But the anticipation makes it interesting.
I’m biased because I am working with the production team for the unveil tonight at 5PM PT on NFL Network. I’ve been in this business for some time and I have covered these schedule releases. It’s always intriguing to see how certain matchups are viewed and who gets the nationally televised games. The travel, the bye weeks and all that give me my NFL fix in April.
Strap on your seat belts. You’re not crazy. You just love football and I’m cool with that.
These appear to be the new draft day caps.
According to New Era’s United Kingdom site, we have what appears to be the draft caps for this upcoming NFL Draft. These are labled “NFL Draft On Stage” caps.
All the caps feature the team logo in the front with the crown of the cap matching the team’s main color. The NFL Shield on the back of the crown is gray.
The one difference is the brim. Each cap’s brim feature designs that are team specific. They have both the team wordmark and the team logo on a gray brim.
For some teams like the Raiders and Lions, the brim works. But a team like the Ravens and 49ers, not so much.
What do you think of these new caps?
This was a response from Mark Schlereth to Robert Griffin III’s new Adidas logo.
I don’t know what his deal is, but I don’t understand why he’s hating. Adidas created the logo for Griffin. In fact, numerous companies create logos for their athletes. Tom Brady has one. Kobe Bryant has one. Allen Iverson has one. Tiger Woods has one.
How come he doesn’t go after them or the company that makes the logo?
Of course this comes with the territory that with a guy with that big of a name, anything he does generates attention? Was it his doing or Adidas? I don’t know. But this is how it is in this social world. It’s about self-promotion. People will just hate on it.
Was it the best? It’s hard to say. But to rub Super Bowl rings like that? Come on, Schlereth. Don’t be a hater.
Twitter is fun and if you use it right, it can be an outlet to tell jokes. For Arian Foster, it’s that and to also tell people that he broke the law.
Well there you go. I bet next time you’ll follow the steps that Darnell Dockett took.
The Philadelphia Eagles have no known plans to make alterations to their uniforms. So when they tweeted out this graphic yesterday, it was odd to see them use a new font.
One of the major differences is to the No. 4. Compare the 4 in Darren Sproles’ jersey to what the 4 really looks like.
Somebody in the Eagles graphics department messed up somewhere and used the wrong font. I’m surprised nobody saw it and corrected it.
DeSean Jackson could carry a lot of baggage with him to his next team.
The Eagles released DeSean Jackson. That came shortly after this report suggest that Jackson was affiliated with gangs. Jackson later released a statement claiming that he has never been part of a gang.
So what do the wide receiver-needy teams do with Jackson? Do they take him on his word or look at his past and see if that would be baggage they do not want to deal with?
Jackson is coming off a tremendous season and is still very effective on the field. As a speed demon, he’s one of the best. If he’s set out to return punts, he can also make big plays. He’ll also make dumb plays. But if you look at his overall skill, he’s a wide receiver that would be a great addition to any team.
Johnny Manziel was decked out in Nike for his pro day workout.
The eyes of the football world was on Johnny Manziel as he hit the field for this pro day late Thursday morning. NFL Network had live coverage. ESPN had live coverage. Everyone was on their Twitter trying to get all the updates. It was a major event for one of the most talked about draft prospects in recent years.
Manziel came out to a playlist of current rap and hip hop tracks which included Rick Ross and Drake. The music blared over the the practice facility as George Bush, Sr. and his wife Barbara watched on. Manziel had a very good showing and the overall individual pro day was a success.
Out of all that, Nike ended up as the winner for the entire event.
The NFL will now penalize any player that dunks the football on the goal post. The celebration was grandfathered in when the league restructured their celebration rules a few years ago. Now dunking is no longer allowed.
Call the NFL if you want, but this rule makes sense. Dunking on the goal post was a harmless celebration. That was until last year when the above happened.
Of course it’s one incident, but it’s an incident that could happen again. The possibility of damaging NFL equipment and delaying the game is something the NFL wants to avoid.
Because of that, I agree with the decision. Now do I like it? No. I like dunks and it’s fun to watch. But here we are. Fade aways and hook shots are now the only basketball form of celebration we can rely on to make us happy.