Sports championship bling wasn't always just rings.
Uni Watch sweats the details in his annual NFL preview.
Paul Lukas and DJ Gallo do battle over whether fantasy sports make you a better or worse sports fan.
It's September and that means a new NFL season and better yet for Uni Watch, new uniforms.
Forget crime, schools, weather and so on. Uni Watch ranks the most livable cities by ranking the only thing that matters: the uniforms.
From the officials to the alternates to the throwbacks, this year's Uni Watch NFL preview breaks down all the wardrobe changes.
Why can't Reggie Bush wear No. 5 with New Orleans? Because the NFL is way too strict with its uniform number system.
The sock has been overshadowed by other leg accessories in the NBA. Bring back the sock! But, with stripes only.
You didn't see a lot of throwback uniforms this Thanksgiving, but check out what the Browns are working on for next year.
Have you noticed all those Eagles that play with their belts unbuckled? Just one development in the rich history of belts and uniforms.
Sunday's Colts-Browns game was a rare treat, with both teams wearing striped socks. Take a look back at the history of socks and stripes.
Why is Mark Brunell's uniform different than everyone else's? Why do the Jets have belt-buckle log inserts? Answers, please?
Unlike the other major leagues, NFL home teams get to choose what color to wear for each game. And some took advantage of that this weekend.
The NFL season kicks off Thursday night -- and there's a slew of uniform changes, from shoe colors to alternate jerseys.
Here's the transcript of the full interview Uni Watch's Paul Lukas did with sports uniform designer Todd Radom.
The NFL hasn't done a good job preserving the history of helmets and facemasks. Luckily, someone else has.