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Pro Bowl to use new Nike uniforms for NFC, AFC teams

The Associated Press
No more red, white and blue uniforms; Nike has given the NFL's All-Star game a new look.


The NFL is trying, with gusto, to convince you that the Pro Bowl is fun again.


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New rules, new wrinkles ... new uniforms.

Nike's handiwork dropped Tuesday and will replace the longstanding red, white and blue uniforms with bright orange and volt yellow.

The new threads -- with clear ties to the Oregon look -- also will include Pro Bowl achievement stars on the nameplates, similar to what Adidas applied to the warm-up jackets worn by NBA All-Stars. NFL players will debut the unis at the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl on Jan. 26, in Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.

I'm currently tracking down Dameshek -- our official NFL Media Uniform Monitor -- for his two cents on this development. Meanwhile, give us yours below.

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