Found May 07, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Charles Sollers, a photographer from Missouri for has created a new concept design for the Kansas City Chiefs helmets and uniforms. By now you have probably seen some of Sollers work as he also has provided images of college team helmets and uniforms. As Nike takes over the NFL uniforms there were little changes made, but could you imagine Dwayne Bowe wearing this?
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  • Would have totally looked at options here but it has to be based around the arrowhead. Don't like the concept at all. If the arrowhead was enhanced would have had a possibility. Come on Man! Even raiders had a better look. Did I just say that?

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