The NFL is launching its first 3D-printed jerseys, featuring a new, smaller jersey and a new font.
The jerseys, designed by Adidas, are the latest in a series of 3D printed jerseys for the NFL.
The first was unveiled earlier this year.
The league is planning to use the printing technology to print jerseys for all 32 teams.
It will also make sure the jerseys are made in the same country.
The team will have to print the jersey from scratch in the United States.
“I don’t know what the logistics are yet, but it’s going to be something,” said Brett Griese, the league’s executive vice president of corporate communications.
“This is something we’re really excited about and I think the fans and the media are going to love it.
It’s going for a big leap forward.
It looks awesome.
We have a really cool concept and we’re going to do something really cool with it.”
The jerseys are set to launch in the coming weeks.
The jerseys are printed at the same 3D printing facility used to make the NFL’s jersey designs.
The uniforms, which are not final, are meant to be worn by players, coaches and other officials on the field.
Adidas has also designed a special jersey for the Giants, a team that is also printing jerseys.
The first 3-D printed jersey, the #12, debuted at the 2017 NFL combine.
The new jersey is also the first of a series.
The team also plans to print new jerseys for teams in each of the NFL teams’ home markets.
They will not be sold in stores, but will be made available for fans to buy online or at a store.
The new jerseys are expected to debut in 2018, and will go on sale in 2019.