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COWBOYS TO INTRODUCE NFL "SPECIAL EVENT" UNIFORMS ON T-DAY
Published November 22, 1994
The Cowboys will debut a new "double star" jersey for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Packers. Developed with NFL Properties, the jersey will not replace the team's traditional uniform, but will be used for special event games such as Kickoff Weekend, Thanksgiving Day, Monday Night Football, and playoff games. The new Cowboys jersey will feature the team's stars on each shoulder, blue sleeves, the player's number in silver, and - - in an NFL first -- the team logo will be added directly above the numbers on the front of the jersey. Numbering on the front and back will be blocked by a blue and white border. Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner and GM: "We felt it was the right time for an NFL team to give its fans a fresh look while not moving away from its traditional uniform." Sara Levinson, President of NFL Properties: "We expect other NFL teams to develop additional uniforms for the future" (NFL).