Cryptic Arizona Cardinals tweet hints at new uniforms
On Wednesday, a cryptic Arizona Cardinals tweet hinted at new uniforms. The Arizona Cardinals haven’t updated their uniforms since 2005, and have the oldest uniforms within the division. Of course, right before the new league year begins, the Cardinals social media account decided to set the fanbase ablaze with this tweet below.
The team has continuously dodged the opportunity to acknowledge their fans’ wishes for a new uniform. Back in 2012 when the jersey sponsorship changed from Reebok to Nike, Cardinals fans were forced to sit and watch the Seahawks and Jaguars get awesome new uniforms while the only change was the logo on the sleeves for the red birds.
But maybe this tweet is actually acknowledging the requests. Or it equally be a passive-aggressive way to quiet the fanbase down. As this cryptic Arizona Cardinals tweet can be interpreted in many ways, at least there is some acknowledgement from the organization.
The Cardinals have been continuously ranked as one of the league’s worst uniforms as it’s been well documented by UniWatch, the ultimate source on how jerseys/uniforms should be made. Additionally, Darren Urban has been constantly annoyed by this question for quite some time, and has even downplayed the fact that the team needs new uniforms. I can only imagine how much questions he’s going to get now.
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It’s also been well documented that Kyler Murray liked “that state flag look” which were the team’s actual away uniforms from the 90s-2004. The same one Larry Fitzgerald wore in his first professional game. Would these new home and away uniforms change the color rush and black alternate jerseys as well?
Whatever ends up happening, the fans won’t go away on this until they see a new uniforms before their very eyes. Maybe it’ll kickstart some success in desert if they do. All eyes will be on the Cardinals social media accounts going forward.