Cleveland Browns Nike Uniforms: Grading New Home and Away 2012 Jerseys

Wes ODonnell@wesodonnellFeatured ColumnistApril 3, 2012

Cleveland Browns Nike Uniforms: Grading New Home and Away 2012 Jerseys

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    Change, what change?

    Nike unveiled their new NFL uniforms for the 2012 season and the Cleveland Browns look just as much the same as they always do—brown and orange without a real logo.

    While much of the chatter around the new uniforms is that Nike doesn't plan on making radical changes until next year at the earliest, some hoped the Browns would've added some sort of excitement to their look. Like all the new Nike uniforms—other than the Seahawks—the biggest change is the new Flywire collar.

    So without talking about it much longer, let's get a look at what the Browns and Nike did and didn't do with their uniforms.

Home Uniforms

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    As said before, the Browns' Nike uniforms don't have much change.

    The look is sleeker, as with all the new Nike jerseys, and the collar is the only noticeable difference.

Home Uniforms

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    The Nike pants are something of intrigue, though. They use a new ventilation system, have a bit of extra padding in the hip and they're also water resistant.

    The jerseys also have the water resistant technology.

    Grade: B

Away Uniforms

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    The away uniforms have not yet been seen, but we can expect much of the same but with a white jersey.

    The new Browns cleats can be seen here.

    Grade: INC (Will Be Updated)

Final Grade

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    What else is there to say about a uniform that is essentially the same thing with a few technological improvements and Nike swoosh?

    Grade: B