The New England Patriots will enter the next season without Tom Brady. The team enters a brand new era. It would be hard to imagine the locker room without TB12. But, that’s not the only change New England will see in September. It turns out that the Patriots are also ready to move on from their current uniform and logo.
Julian Edelman was the first to announce the big news. Last week, a social
media post from the star wideout fueled speculation that the organization was
changing up their alternate jerseys. Edelman knows how to make people talk, and
it looks like his story is a real one.
The Patriots will make a change to their uniforms as confirmed by The Associated Press’ Joe Reedy. He listed four teams making uniform changes. Two teams will make uniform and logo changes, and one team will make a uniform tweak. The Los Angeles Rams and Chargers will make logo and uniform changes. The Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Patriots, and Cleveland Browns will change their uniforms. According to Reedy, the Indianapolis Colts will make logo/uniform tweaks. This is a rather unexpected announcement. We usually see 2-3 teams make changes to their uniforms. This season we have seven.
The Patriots will sport new uniform
isn’t changing its logo. Considering this is not a “tweak,” this report makes
us think that the Patriots are ready to move on from their “Color Rush”
kicked off this offseason of change by announcing their new logo. This logo was
mocked weeks ago, and it leaked to fans. Of course, it was just a story until
we learned that it will somehow become the official logo of an NFL team.
If New England was to add the throwback ’90s jersey to the mix, it would not involve a logo change. We don’t have much information about the announcement date. This report gives Patriots fans something to look forward to in these tough times. The coronavirus outbreak blocked pretty much everything in the country. News of this kind will only give us something to talk about. Can you guess the design?