This uniform is NOT brought to you by Nike. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
I don't normally get excited for stuff like this because, well, I'm not good at hawking somebody else's crap. Still, it is news when, for the first time in ten years, someone other than Reebok will be furnishing fans and players with NFL jerseys.
Today in the NYC borough of Brooklyn (where yours truly lives and works), Nike will unveil all 32 team NFL jerseys at an invitation-only event. Apparently, Colts defensive player Robert Mathis is on hand and will represent the team in Brooklyn.
Online pro shops, like this one through Colts.com, have already begun selling Nike apparel. Colts caps are provided by New Era.
So far, I have to say I like some of the apparel changes, though the whole "Bo Knows" thing (changing it to "Indy Knows") is dumb and very dated.
[UPDATE]: I neglected to mention the time of the unveil, 11:00 a.m. ET. PFT has the first glimpse of a new logo and helmet for the Carolina Panthers.