The 'C' on a player's uniform denotes that the player is one of the captains of the team.
It also depends on what year the jersey is from. Champion used to make NFL jerseys - the C is their logo. The NFL has since switched to Reebok - maybe a season or two ago?
The "C" stands for "captain," and each captain is elected for a one-year term to be a captain. Not all captains have the "C" on their jersey, however, making it a little confusing. That's because a maximum of six players per team can wear the patch on their jerseys, and some teams like the Patriots for example have more than six (New England has seven and Tom Brady is actually the one who doesn't wear the patch). The four stars underneath each "C" logo represent are each filled in for every year a player fulfills his duties as captain, but they are not retroactive, so no one in the league actually had more than one star under his "C" during the 2007 season (when this started).
It really means Cheerleader.
The C on the uniform is to show who the 3 team captains are.
No NFL team will have uniform changes for the 2008 season.
There are several formulae that involve uniform acceleration. For example, the definition of uniform acceleration:dv/dt = c or: a = c (where "c" is some constant).
Reebok currently makes them, but the NFL picked Nike to make the uniforms in the 2011-2012 season.
The NFL uniform is designed to be tight and form fitting so opposing players have a difficult time grabbing ahold of it. This reduces the chances of a defenseman making a tackle by just grabbing an article of clothing.
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The C logo on a nfl jersey stands for Captain.
Each year you are captain for your NFL a star on your captain's patch becomes gold. When your serve 5 years as a captain you have 4 gold stars and you get a gold c. This is called a full gold captains patch just like Eli has.
The outerwear for the NFL includes pants, socks, cleats, helmet and mask and the mouth guard. Protective under uniform gear includes back and rib plates, shoulder pads, neck rolls, knee and elbow pads. The athletic supporter or cup is one of the most important parts of the uniform.
If the shoes are not part of the teams approved uniform, either a black shoe or a white shoe as declared by the team, then yes the NFL can and will fine a player for wearing a pair of brightly colored shoes - unless you are a kicker/punter who are exempt from the rules. See the link below for the uniform code governing shoes in the NFL. The typical fine for a uniform violation is approximately $5,000 per infraction.
MVP from the week before
ted ginn jr he ran a 4.20 with a broken ankle
The Baltimore Ravens. On his uniform, his name is spelled Oher.
because they want the teams to look good on television
The 'C' stands for Captain. Veritek is the captain of the team.