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Forbes Reporter Tattles On Cam Apparently Violating League Uniform Rules. . .for 2+ Years

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That's because none of us care but when you have a company, Nike, who pays to have their logo seen then that is where you have a problem.

You can't see those....they care about TV viewers.

The white logo Under Armour gloves I get (which guys are wearing) ....that visor bracket is just silly

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Jeremy IgOWNED

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UA and Oakley are getting some great publicity here. Finally their marketing trick by "violating" against some kind of rule pays off. All of us are helping them currently ;-)

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Aaaaaand here's Marshawn Lynch with the same exact visor clips:

 

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Oh, and here's Calvin Johnson with Oakley ones:

 

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Aaaaaand here's Marshawn Lynch with the same exact visor clips:

 

You can have those clips as long as it is black on black.

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Buddy, Cam's are black on black, the UA logo is just shiny, so it catches light better.

 

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Surely this sports business writer has better things to write about than a barely discernible UA logo on two small helmet fixtures...

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