A lot of players don't wear pads in their pants, because they believe it will slow them down; whether it be speed, agility, or simply, reaction time. This is why so many players object to the NFL's new rule in the 2013 season, stating that it will become mandatory for players to wear thigh and knee pads. Personally, I agree with the players. In college, I wore Yeh smallest(youth) pads I could find, and during my stint in arena and semi-pro, I NEVER wore them... So it kind of makes sense to me.
Jerseys. Jerseys shoes(cleats),pads,helmet and a mouthpiece. --------------- Some also wear pants.
The pants have inserts that the pads slide into. Some football pants have a place for a groin cup also, but most require the use of a jock or compression shorts. Answer by: Conundrum@qm.net
They started to wear pads because some football players started to get hurt so that's why the have to wear pads.- The Lister Answers
the thigh pads are on the inside of the football pants. Some people put their thigh pads in their girdle. Obviously, if you don't have a girdle, this isn't an option. In such a case, the pads would be placed inside your pants.
Some people put their thigh pads in their girdle, while others put them inside their football pants. If you have a girdle, I recommend putting them in that. But if you don't have a girdle, just put them in your pants.
Some football pants have pads that are attached to your belt. But a girdle helps keep your pads in place, especially when you get hit hard. Think about it!
Protection and clothing you would find on a football player would include a helmet with a face mask and chin strap, mouth guard, shoulder pads, collar pads, neck pad or roll, forearm pads, a flak jacket or some sort of rib protection, hip pads, a girdle over an athletic supporter and cup, tailbone pads, thigh pads, knee pads, and cleats. Over all this padding would go the jersey top and pants.
football players put air in theIR helmets because it is used to fill up space if the helmet is too big or some helmets have special pads that blow up that are more comfortable
Basebal players and some football players
It depends a little on the player and position, but there are 10 basic pieces of equipment helmet, shoulder pads, a tailbone pad, 2 hip pads, 2 thigh pads, 2 knee pads, and a cup. Mouthguards are pretty much necessary, but not really a pad. Outside of that some players also opt to wear flack jackets, back and/or sternum plates, neck rolls, forearm pads. Some players do not wear a cup. (As a point of reference, virtually every major league baseball player wears a cup, while most NFL players do not.)
Some significant football players are:Walter CampTom BradyJohn HannahJerry RiceMean Joe Green