The Arizona Cardinals will wear a Martin Luther King Jr. helmet decal during Monday night’s playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Episode Five of the Unified podcast co-hosted by Paul Lukas of Uni Watch and me, Chris Creamer of SportsLogos.net is up. This week, Paul and I try to fix the mess that is the NBA’s current state of team uniforms. With every team having anywhere between four to six uniforms,
The Arizona Cardinals have added a memorial patch on their jerseys to honour the life of former player Larry Wilson, who died last month at the age of 82. The patch shows Wilson’s number 8 in white on a black circle, it will be worn on the upper left corner
The Arizona Cardinals have added a memorial decal to the back of their helmets in memory of the owner of the team. William V. “Bill” Bidwill, owner of the Cardinals for nearly 60 years, died earlier this month on October 2 at the age of 88. He inherited the team
Super Bowl 50 is all set, the Carolina Panthers continued their incredible season with a blowout win over the Arizona Cardinals and Tom Brady’s magic came up just one play short in the Denver Broncos victory over the New England Patriots. It’s Broncos vs. Panthers, the flashy young quarterback against
Peyton Manning is probably going to be in a new uniform this upcoming NFL season. Even just saying it sounds wrong; I’ve hated on all things Manning (being a Charger fan, I’ve got extra ammo for the family) for thirteen years now; stupid helmet, flappin’ arms, traitor brother – but