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.
The 'C' patch is new to the NFL this season (2007) and signifies the Captains of the team.
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You can buy authentic NFL Jerseys, and you can purchase a helmet.
No, they have no reason to.
One is Dallas cowboys
They have the same uniforms....just like every sports team.
The old Tampa Bay Orange.
There are several rumors around the league saying that the Miami Dolphins will have new uniforms this season.
NFL logos and uniforms are trademarked. Any recordings of the games are only to be used with the written permission of the NFL.
San Francisco 49ers
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the coaches and sometimes the owners
Reebok currently makes them, but the NFL picked Nike to make the uniforms in the 2011-2012 season.
Packers, Eagles, Jets, and Seahawks.
The C logo on a nfl jersey stands for Captain.