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    Getty Dak Prescott looks to lead the Cowboys to a successful season. The Dallas Cowboys are finally bringing back their full throwback uniforms, including the old-school white helmets. The Cowboys revealed that the team will be wearing the white helmets and navy throwback jerseys when Dallas takes on the Giants for the Thanksgiving Day rivalry showdown on November 24. “We’re beyond excited to bring back our throwback white helmets this season,” Cowboys chief brand officer Charlotte Jones said in a statement. “The white helmet, along with the throwback uniforms honoring our teams from the 1960s, have long been a fan favorite, and we’re thrilled to bring back the tradition of wearing those helmets and uniforms on Thanksgiving Day once again.” The Cowboys’ announcement went viral as the team released the following teaser video confirming the news. Keepin’ it classic with a throwback on Thanksgiving Day! #DallasCowboys | #TBT pic.twitter.com/JfBwY9YK57 — Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) July 21, 2022 ALL the latest Dallas Cowboys news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Cowboys newsletter here! Join Heavy on...
    The Atlanta Falcons are bringing back a beloved old look in 2022 with a red helmet highlighting their 1966 throwback uniforms. The Falcons have something special for fans to enjoy in Week 6 thanks to a throwback look paying homage to their 1966 team. For the first time since 2013, familiar black jerseys will be paired with a classic red helmet for the throwback event on Oct. 16 against the 49ers. The team revealed the look on social media to widespread praise.Falcons bringing back red helmets in 2022 to reach NFL uniform nirvana10.16.22 pic.twitter.com/cmRDtB0nhR — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) June 2, 2022 ???? pic.twitter.com/MrQLhkA0oJ — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) June 2, 2022 The moment A.J. Terrell saw the red helmet for the first time. pic.twitter.com/r7OqZhkBWc — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) June 2, 2022 The helmet features a throwback logo, a white and black stripe and gold trim. It has a grey facemask. It’s paying tribute to the helmets the team wore from 1966 to 1969, which were actually designed with the color schemes of Georgia and Georgia Tech in mind....
    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons are bringing back their red helmets for their throwback uniforms this season. The Falcons announced on Wednesday night the team will bring back the red helmets with black jerseys for the first time since 2012. The team will debut the throwback look, which pays tribute to their first uniform in 1966, when they play the San Francisco 49ers in a home game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Week 6 on Oct. 16. The red helmet features a white and black stripe down the middle, with a black Falcons logo and a gray facemask. The stripe is trimmed in white and gold. The original color scheme was designed to include Georgia and Georgia Tech’s colors in an attempt to appeal to college football fans. The Falcons wore this version of the red helmet from 1966 to 1969 before removing the gold trim. The throwback uniforms also will include white pants with a red stripe bordered by two black stripes, and white and black socks with red and black stripes. The Falcons brought...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Fans of Pat Patriot, rejoice. The throwback is coming back to New England. When the league decided in June that it would get rid of its ban against teams wearing multiple helmets during a season, it was widely speculated that the Patriots would bring back the red jersey and white helmet that the team wore occasionally from 2009-12. Now, in the most unassuming way possible, the return of the red jerseys has been made official. A tweet sent by the Patriots’ Hall of Fame on Friday said that the red jerseys will return in 2022. We will! The throwback jerseys (red) are coming back in 2022. Last season they were worn was 2012. — The Hall presented by Raytheon Technologies (@TheHall) December 3, 2021 The team had to go away from the retro look after 2012, when the league instituted the helmet rule. The shiny silver helmet with the “Flying Elvis” logo didn’t exactly match the look, so the throwbacks have been shelved for nearly a decade. Tom Brady in the throwback Patriots uniform in 2010...
    This week when the Florida Gators take the field for their Homecoming game, they’ll be wearing a dazzling throwback uniform. With Homecoming weekend arriving this week at Florida, the No. 20 Gators revealed their uniform for the game. When they suit up against Vanderbilt on Oct. 9, they will look to bounce back from an upset loss to Kentucky last weekend in throwback garbs. https://twitter.com/GatorsFB/status/1444799636863176714/ The throwback uniform features iterations of past-Gators uniforms, most specifically the orange helmet and “UF” logo attached to it are from the Ray Greaves-Gators era, instituted in 1969. The helmet doesn’t have a stripe as has been custom to the Gators in recent history.Florida Gators look to bounce back against VanderbiltFlorida maintained the UF on the helmet until Charlie Pell took over in 1979, when he scratched it for the “Gators” logo. The helmets will also have a grey face mask, a relative. The blue jerseys and white pants were worn in a game against Missouri last season and are the same Homecoming jersey-pant combo they wore in 2019 when they upset the No. 7 Auburn...
    The Kansas City Chiefs have long worn the arrowhead on their helmet, but what is their alternative helmet option, if they even have one? NFL teams and fans have something to look forward to for the 2022 season. Last week, the league announced that clubs could start using alternative helmets that season, opening the door for the return of throwback uniforms. So many iconic throwbacks could return to the field, and the Kansas City Chiefs — do they have throwback uniforms? The Chiefs have worn the arrowhead as their logo for quite some time, and we have never really seen their throwback uniforms. With the new helmet rule in place, does the team have an alternative they could switch to in 2022 if they wanted? What is the Kansas City Chiefs alternate helmet?It’s not often you see the Chiefs wear anything but the arrowhead version of their helmet, but they do have an alternative version. The Kansas City Chiefs alternate helmet has the state of Texas on it with a star representing the capital, Dallas. This goes back to the days...
    First Opioid Jury Trial Marks High-Stakes Test for Drug Industry U.S. stocks are no longer top pick as investors ‘take a step back,’ Citigroup survey finds NFL teams can begin wearing throwback uniforms again starting in 2022, but one franchise already has put the kibosh on the return of a popular throwback jersey -- all thanks to the league's version of "fine print."  © Provided by CBS Sports The Philadelphia Eagles have submitted to the league their uniform selection for 2022 (per Rob Tornoe of Inquirer.com), as the NFL had a deadline for next year's uniform attire that passed prior to the league approving the use of an alternative helmet last week. Philadelphia will wear its black alternate jersey the franchise debuted in 2003 (and has used every year except the 2007, 2010, and 2011 seasons).  Many teams will face a similar issue like the Eagles in the coming weeks, since they didn't have enough ample time to submit to the league a throwback uniform knowing the NFL was going to approve the use of an alternate helmet as...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos could be wearing their throwback royal blue helmets once again. The NFL announced on Thursday it will end its one-helmet rule following the 2021 season. The new rule allows teams to add a second helmet option starting in 2022, and teams can also add an alternate color. John Elway in a 1988 Denver Broncos game against the Chargers in San Diego. (credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images) Teams looking to add a second helmet must inform the NFL which alternate color helmet they intend to use for the 2022 season no later than the end of July, according to NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy. Before the one-helmet rule was in place back in 2013, the Broncos would occasionally wear their throwback uniforms with bygone logos and colors. In 1994, the Broncos wore a uniform from the 1965-66 season with a white bucking bronco on orange helmets. 1965 Denver Broncos Unis #broncos #denver #denverbroncos #afl #nfl #throwback #retro #nfl #1965 by forgedsports … pic.twitter.com/JYA8OWlzdB — Broncos Selfie (@broncosselfie1) April 3, 2016 For the 50th anniversary of the...
    Starbucks CEO denies reports of shortages in cups and coffee Nike Hits New High After Sales Boom Brings Upbeat Forecast Welcome back Pat Patriot. It's good to see you creamsicle Bucs. The NFL has made the long overdue decision to allow teams to wear throwback helmets in addition to their throwback uniforms, reversing a years-long policy prohibiting alternate helmets. The league sent a memo to teams Thursday outlining the new uniform policy.  "The league has revised the 2018 uniform policy to allow for one alternate color helmet to be added to each club’s uniform closet commencing with the 2022 season," the memo reads.  What does this mean?  It means that we'll almost certainly see the return of the gaudy/fantastic creamsicle Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniforms of the Vinny Testaverde era. The Silver Seattle Seahawks helmets of the Steve Largent days will surely make an appearance.  And though the New England Patriots would likely prefer to pretend that there wasn't a time when they were the laughing stock of the league, the lure of bringing back Pat Patriot will surely be...
    Deion Sanders of the Atlanta Falcons (Photo by Gin Ellis/Getty Images) With the NFL permitting throwback helmets and uniforms, here are the five sets we have to see for the 2022 season. Sometimes in life, the old is better than the new. That statement rings true for the NFL and their uniforms. Some of the best jersey designs and combinations in league history were made back in the 1970s, 80’s and ’90s. The NFL gave great news on Thursday, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter announced that the league approved alternate helmets, permitting the use of throwback jerseys for the 2022 season. The revival of throwback unis means some of the best (and worst) combinations will be making their way onto the field very soon.What are the five NFL throwback uniforms that we must see in 2022?5. Atlanta Falcons throwback uniforms (All Black, “Primetime” Era)The Atlanta Falcons‘ throwback uniforms are a testament to keeping things simple. The nice shade of black on their jersey and helmet brings a sense of unity and meanness, making the set even more impressive. The simple red...
    Getty Randall Cunningham wore the kelly green uniform better than anybody in Philadelphia Eagles franchise history. No player wore that beautiful, crisp “kelly green” jersey better than Randall Cunningham. Maybe Jalen Hurts will get a chance to one-up the former franchise quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. The NFL approved a new policy that will allow teams to use two different helmets during the 2022 season, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The deadline for submitting permission to use the second helmet is July 31. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has long talked about bringing back Cunningham’s “kelly green” as an alternate uniform as long as he’s owned the franchise. The hold-up for Lurie was that league rules dictated that the helmet couldn’t be changed. He didn’t want to send his guys out on the field with mismatched colors. “The whole key is that we want a kelly green helmet to go with the kelly green jerseys,” Lurie told reporters in 2019, via CBS Sports. “We’re trying to get the league to allow a second helmet. That’s where it’s at, so they...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — For football fans who enjoy a good throwback look, it’s time to get excited. But it’s also time to be patient. READ MORE: Authorities Identify Oxford Couple Killed In Apparent Murder-Suicide The NFL will at long last get rid of its rule requiring players to wear the same helmets all season long, as reported by Pro Football Talk. As such, teams will be able to utilize different helmets to complete their throwback looks when desired. This is big news in New England, as the Patriots have been unable to don their old red jerseys with white helmets since the rule was put into place after the 2012 season. READ MORE: 2 Teenagers Charged With Murder After Fatal Shooting Of Adrian Kimborowicz In Lowell The team wore the red throwbacks beginning in 2009, part of the league’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the AFL. The look stuck around for several seasons and appeared in some big games along the way. Considering the Patriots switched to full-time jerseys that are essentially blue and white...
    Babys Here! RHOC Alum Kara Keough Bosworth and Husband Kyle Welcome Son Vaughn Mack ‘You can’t ignore’ bitcoin anymore, warns Morgan Creek’s Mark Yusko The NFL is close to passing a rule that will loosen jersey number restrictions for certain positions on both sides of the ball, giving those players the opportunity to wear single-digit numbers -- along with many other changes. Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry may take advantage of the rule -- Henry wore the No. 2 when he played for the University of Alabama -- but the league's rushing champion wants the NFL to eliminate a long-standing uniform regulation that has taken away tremendous jersey opportunities.  © Provided by CBS Sports TAMPA, FLORIDA - OCTOBER 04: Justin Herbert #10 of the Los Angeles Chargers looks to pass during the third quarter of a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on October 04, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. Henry posted on social media this week asking if the league can bring the throwback jerseys and helmets back, which would eliminate the controversial "one-shell rule."...
    Getty Doug Martin donning the creamsicle Buccaneers throwback uniforms in 2012. Even Tom Brady voiced his opinion on this one — long before he led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to become the first team to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium. Though the Bucs won’t wear their throwback creamsicle uniforms for the Super Bowl against Kansas City on Sunday, Brady’s support among other Bucs has momentum trending toward creamsicle in the future — if the NFL allows it. Brady posted on Instagram his desire to wear the old Bucs creamsicle uniforms, worn by the franchise from its inception through 1996, ESPN’s Jenna Laine reported in September 2020. Apparently @TomBrady beat me to it. Hadn’t seen his IG until just now. But I concur. pic.twitter.com/iaa1KDgBOp — JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) October 1, 2020 Bucs Linebacker Lavonte David also concurs as he wanted to wear the creamsicle uniform again ever since he wore it the last time the Bucs wore them in 2012, which he shared about on Good Morning Football in 2017. David said, “I love the creamsicle...
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