The NFL is on a serious nostalgia kick. Last season all the original AFL franchises wore throwbacks.
This year some of the league's oldest and most storied teams are trotting out their own retro attire. The Packers unveiled their 1929 throwbacks in March, and last month Bears announced plans to honor the old Monsters of the Midway with this throwback set.
NFL teams are only allowed to wear alternate or throwback uniforms for two of their regular season games. But given the length of the football season, that's the equivalent of 20 baseball games, or one-quarter of your team's home games.
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