With Nike now on the NFL scene, only one team has made a major change to its standard uniform design.
For some of the other teams, the changes came from the way the jerseys are made. But five teams have chosen to make no changes will be made to the appearance of the jerseys or the manner in which they are made.
“The Green Bay Packers have chosen to stay with their traditional design aesthetic as well as their former uniform fabrication for the coming season,” Nike explains at its website.
Four other teams have incorporated the Nike technology without the “Flywire” in the neckline, including the Patriots, the Chiefs (who also have moved their numbers from the sleeves of the jerseys to the shoulders), the Steelers, the Texans.
So nine of the 32 teams have yet to fully embrace the supposedly revolutionary design of the new Nike jerseys.