Nike To Replace Reebok In 2012 As NFL's Uniform

Bryan BrackneyAnalyst IOctober 12, 2010
Albert Breer of the Boston Globe is reporting that Nike will replace Reebok as the NFL's uniform provider in 2012. Breer also reports that New era will do sideline hats and Under Armor will continue to provide appearal for the NFL's combine.

The deal is rumored to last until 2017. “We are involved with the NFL negotiations but cannot comment on ongoing discussions,” a Nike spokesperson said Monday. Darren Rovell of CNBC reports Nike beat out Under Armor and Adidas.
Reebok paid $300 million for the ten year rights in 1992. New Era is also the provider for MLB hats.
No word on any clauses in the case of a lockout.

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