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Letter from AFMby: John Gallup
Editor and Publisher
© July 2010
When the NFL first had players don “throwback” uniforms, in the mid-90’s, to celebrate teams’ histories and (who’s kidding who) to sell more merchandise, we thought it was a novel idea and perfectly reasonable if done on a limited basis. It’s good to educate young fans about the game’s history and it’s interesting to see how the modern designs are, in most cases, superior to those of the past, especially if you’re a Tampa Bay Bucs fan. It was fun, for one or two weekends a year, to watch teams honor the past and, for some of us older fans, recall the league’s pioneers as they must have looked on game days in the 50’s and 60’s.
But with the throwback look appearing ever more frequently, on random Sundays for no particular reason, and sometimes with only o....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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