Courage and bravery might be words to describe first responders but those words can also be used to describe this 5-year-old boy who is battli…
The last time the Green Bay Packers saw Philip Rivers (above), he was wearing a Los Angeles Chargers uniform and was turning back the clock on them in a 26-11 victory in which Rivers was 21 of 28 for 294 yards with a 108.3 quarterback rating. That was last year, as the Chargers handed the Packers one of their three regular-season losses, and now Rivers is leading the Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay defense is hoping to avoid a rerun with the potential Pro Football Hall of Famer, who ranks fifth all-time in NFL history in passing yards.
The group of athletes wrote that using a black "W" in the crest would be "the ultimate show of solidarity and inclusion with the University's Black and underrepresented communities."
Hundreds of Delta Air Lines employees have sued Dodgeville-based clothing manufacturer Lands’ End, claiming the uniforms they produced are causing skin rashes, breathing difficulties and other medical problems.
The two class action lawsuits filed against the manufacturer in Wisconsin claim the uniforms caused numerous Delta employees to break out in skin rashes, suffer migraines, have breathing difficulties and more.
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers are turning 50 years next season and they’re giving themselves a makeover.
CLAIM: Black-and-white photo shows Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota in a uniform undergoing military training.
New coach Gene Ronzani uses three varying uniform sets, including an all-green uniform.
New coach Vince Lombardi alters the uniforms to resemble what is seen today.
Worn for two years and were the inspiration for the alternate uniforms worn in the 2014 season.
Addition of yellow helmets for the first time — blue jerseys with no number on the front started in 1931.
The thin navy stripes on the sleeves were replaced with a blue bar across the shoulders.
Dark blue jerseys with ACME PACKERS in gold across the front. No numbers on the uniforms.
Today uniform changes are no longer as simple as checking fabric samples. The NFL's creative division, first started by then-Commissioner Pete Rozelle in the 1960s, helps teams design new looks in a process that can take up to five years. Tampa Bay had the biggest redesign, switching from white and creamsicle orange with a pirate in 1996 to a waving, tattered flag with pewter and red colors in 1997. The Bucs tweaked that again in March 2014.
Then there are perceived jinxes regarding uniforms. When Seattle lost to Chicago at home early in 2009, the Seahawks didn't wear the neon-green jerseys again, with then-coach Jim Mora having a simple answer: "We didn't win in them."
This week’s artifact is a World War II woman’s naval uniform worn by La Crosse resident Florence Thompson.
Band musicians at Tomah High School are getting new uniforms.
Before the 1920s, football officials dressed much differently than they do today. A New York Times article from 2013 reports that football ref…
The companies have signed a two-year agreement for Lands' End to provide clothing and outerwear for The Weather Channel's meteorologists when they report out in the field.
While taking a routine vandalism report at an elementary school, I was interrupted by a little girl about six years old. Looking up and down a…