At first glance, they look outrageous, but the reality is that the Los Angeles Kiss' uniforms are actually more reserved than some others we've seen recently.
The Bucs kept the pewter that is their signature color but added a font for their numbers that looks like it came from a 1980s digital clock, Paul Lukas notes.
The Bucs kept some of the best aspects of its old helmet design but sadly lost a bit of the tattered pirate look, Paul Lukas writes for Uni Watch.
Equipment manager says that helmets don't need "break-in" time and it's more likely NFL is concerned about consistent use for liability reasons, Paul Lukas writes.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not come up with a solution to convert their new helmets to a throwback look, so they don't plan to wear the uniforms at all.
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Uni Watch ranks the NFL uniform sets from No. 1 to No. 32.
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Uni Watch sweats the details in his annual NFL preview.
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.
Readers submitted tons of nominees for the Uni Watch Hall of Shame -- now you must choose the all-time worst uniform in each sport.
Why can't Reggie Bush wear No. 5 with New Orleans? Because the NFL is way too strict with its uniform number system.
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?