The Green Bay Packers and Houston Texans are contemplating attaching a small patch with a corporate logo to their practice jerseys; this is in reaction to a new NFL rule allowing such actions. This probably isn’t the popular sentiment, but who cares? It’s a practice jersey. I realize this could eventually extend to regular season jerseys, but what’s the harm? I know I discuss the lack of Bucs Hats and Practice Jerseys available for the public to purchase and recently advised Coach Morris to wear a new alternate jersey this season, but I can’t get riled up about Corporate sponsors on jerseys:
Don’t get me wrong I don’t like it, but I don’t watch the games to gawk at the uniforms. So long as the patches don’t take away from the action I’m indifferent. This also won’t bother me so long as the jerseys I purchase on
NFL Shop EBay don’t have the corporate logos either. Maybe we can come together as a fan base and sponsor a logo on the Saints Practice Jerseys that say, "Paper Champions" or "Go Bucs" either would do…
Let’s hear it, does this scare you?