Adjusted the shade of blue being used for the 'Nike Era' Colts.
Photographic evidence has surfaced that not all of the Redskins had the 'NFL50' patch on the left shoulder of their 'stripeless white' practice jerseys worn for their game in New Orleans.
The video clip embedded in the following tweet shows receiver Charley Taylor making a TD catch. As he rolls to the ground in front of the official, his blank left shoulder can be seen.
|9/21/69 - WASH @ NO|
(Only use of the stripeless white jerseys for the 1969 season)
|No patch on #85 at right.|
|No patch on #23 at right.|
First noticed in this amazing video of their Season opener in Los Angeles, The Lions began using 2 different helmet colors - red for skill players and black for linemen.
Also, Lions wore stripeless silver pants for this game as evident by their pants not match the officials' white uniforms.
Further photographic evidence shows that this was not just for night games.
|11/7/48 - DET @ CHC|
Patriots wore Russell Athletics logo on right sleeves.
|9/20/92 - SEA @ NE|
|9/27/92 - BUF @ NE|
|11/1/92 - NE @ BUF|
One year after altering their jersey template in 1997, the Steelers added a black outline around the logo on their left collarbone.
Sleeve stripes and numbers on the white jerseys had a thin yellow outline. Red stripes on the white socks had a thicker yellow outline. Helmet stripe was wider on white helmets.
This photo comes from the book Last Team Standing about the Phil-Pitt 'Steagles.'An excerpt from the book concerning the Giants game states...
Browns wore a "1999" patch with a white outline intermixing it with the original version without an outline for Weeks 5, 6, 9, & 11 on their brown jerseys.
|10/10/99 CIN @ CLE|
|August 31, 1934|
|11/25/04 - IND @ DET|
|8/15/10 - SF @ IND (preseason)|