Titans' look virtually unchanged as Nike unveils 2012 NFL uniform line

Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 11:23am
Staff reports
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Apparently the Tennessee Titans were ahead of the times when it came to their uniforms.

The NFL and Nike unveiled their line of uniforms for the 2012 season Tuesday. The look of several clubs was altered as Nike updated the material and performance at the start of a deal between the league and the manufacturer, which was struck in 2010.

The differences in the Titans’ uniforms, though, are minimal at best. Most notable is a columbia blue shoe that is featured in the promotional photos.

"No real changes in uniform," cornerback Alterraun Verner wrote on his Twitter feed. "The only real difference is in the gloves and the shoes. Either way still rockin."

Paul Lukas, who maintains the Uni-Watch blog in addition to writing for ESPN.com, said that all of the jerseys appear to be using Nike's flywire collar. "The biggest changes appear to be the collars," he tweeted.

Click here to see the Titans' 2012 look.

 

2 Comments on this post:

By: tresamusant on 4/3/12 at 12:36

Actually I think think they look quite new and different with a lot of new stuff.

By: jwk6179 on 4/3/12 at 1:06

I hate the fact that Nike has gotten the NFL contract from Reebok just based on what Nike has done to the majority of College teams uniform that they supply. On the college level, every hideous uniform that is out there is being designed by either Nike or Under Armour while teams that use Adidas and Reebok are staying pretty much true to form to their classic look, with maybe only tweequing the uniforms for special events. I wouldn't be surprised if Nike tries that with every NFL team in the future.