Wednesday, June 25, 2014

NY Giants jerseys will have a little extra flair this season (PHOTO)

The New York Giants will have a slightly different look this season. Their 2014 jerseys will have a patch on the left shoulder to commemorate their 90th season.

Tim Mara, father of Wellington and grandfather of John, founded the Giants in 1925 and the team will commemorate the milestone with the extra flair.

Here's a sneak peak at the patch:

In addition to the patch, the Giants will also go back to the white pants they wore last season against the Raiders and Cowboys. They will wear white pants (with stripes down the sides) for two home games in 2014 — against the Colts on Monday night and the 49ers two weeks later.

The Giants had worn gray pants (home and away) for the better part of the past 15 years.

Now if they could only go back in time and get No. 56 on the front and back of just one of their jerseys.

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