The Future of NFL Uniforms?

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In the past few days a few artist renditions of NFL Pro Combat Uniforms have leaked on to the internet.  This is the Dallas Cowboys rendition.  Let us be clear….these are just an artists vision about what the future of the NFL could look like.  Did Nike release these drawings to gauge fan interest?  That is not clear.  What is clear is that drawings like these will be controversial to NFL purists, but exciting for the young fan who is open minded about change.   These are just a few of the pictures that have been leaked.  If you don’t see your team below…check out the rest of the renditions at

Find Hot Read Sports on Twitter and Facebook and let us know what you think about the uniforms and whether it would be good for the future of the NFL to mix it up a bit.  Click on thumbnails to enlarge:

San Francisco 49ers, San Diego Chargers, and Pittsburgh Steelers

NY Giants, NY Jets, and Tennessee Titans

Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, and Indianapolis Colts

Houston Texans, Cincinnati Bengals, and Chicago Bears

Carolina Panthers, Buffalo Bills, and Arizona Cardinals

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  • Question 3 says:

    Those are awesome. I hope the NFL updates their stuff. It needs it. If soccer can do it, so can football.

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