Ten ways NFL players rig their uniforms
Joyce Park stashed this in The Sporting Life
NFL players' uniforms are less like clothes and more like HIGHLY specialized multi-layer suits of technical armor. Some of them glue their jerseys to their bodies, some of them mutilate the pads, and some of them are so old-school they play in a water-soaked jersey.
Sort of seems like someone who plays in a totally unaltered uniform, like poor Sam Bradford with his long sleeves in the photo here, is kind of considered a buster.
Haha that Panther is all, "Gimme that ball Sam Bradford!"
No wonder Kaepernick goes sleeveless.