As the age of the National Football League reaches 90 many things have changed. The uniforms are no exeption, and each NFL franchise has their own history behind the uniform. The majority of the NFL organizations have been in existence for over 25 years, with exception to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans. The other 28 franchises have decades of history that dates back to the 1920�s for a few of the oldest NFL teams. Over the years, a plethora of uniform and logo changes has made the league stand out. Some teams have changed minor details while other teams have made significant changes.
The popularity of NFL uniforms seems to be higher than ever. Now more than ever NFL fans are showing their support for their favorite team by wearing the jersey of the star player. The NFL Shop reports the teams with the most jersey sales. Some of the top selling teams year after year are the Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots and the Pittsburg Steelers, just to name a few. The demand for �throwback� uniforms has also changed the way the NFL has approached there marketing. Over the past few seasons, the NFL has seen more uniform combinations than ever before. Each team is now allowed to have a third or alternate jersey. The alternate jersey is often the opposite color scheme, but it can also be a throwback uniform.
Follow the significant uniform changes and other interesting information decade by decade or team by team. This website was created for educational purposes only.