Nike just revealed their new NFL uniforms on Tuesday, but apparently the Green Bay Packers aren't down
with the new look and are going to stick with what they've got...
"The Green Bay Packers have chosen to stay with their traditional design aesthetic as well as their former uniform fabrication for the coming season," the Packers' page on Nike.com reads. "In addition to serving as the Packers on-field supplier for uniforms, sideline apparel, practice wear and baselayer, Nike will provide both men's and women's fan wear apparel."
In fact, a Packers spokesperson told ESPN.com that the only change in the Packers' uniforms next season will be the Nike logo in place of where the Reebok logo used to be. Reebok had been the apparel supplier of the NFL until this year.
So does that mean any team can reject this? The uniforms didn't change that much.