In a new development, the NFL has formally announced further changes to the Uniform regulations, to be enforced in the 2019 season. As an extension of the recent changes, removing the standard requirement of white ‘Away’ team colours, the NFL and Nike have officially confirmed that all of the teams will be moving to the ‘color rush’ uniforms, after Super Bowl 54. Roger “Easy now” Goodell, NFL Overlord confirmed in an interview yesterday; “The ‘color rush’ was a collaborative experiment that we ran with our uniform partners at Nike, to see if we could find a new and interesting way to alienate our fan-base further. Nike excelled in producing a new system of monochrome uniforms that people on either side of the game would hate equally. I am personally proud of that achievement.” Brad Maidupnaim, Spokesperson and lead draper for Nike confirmed; “The ‘color rush’ project was a labour of love for us here at Nike. The goal was clear – create unity within the game by making players wear uniforms that every single fan would hate equally. I’m particularly proud of how we managed to make some of the biggest names in the NFL wear colours that reduced the game down to an agitated bowl of Skittles.” Goodell, Chief Fun-Sponge at the NFL went on to add; “I dreamed of the day when I could create uniforms that were so unattractive, that fans would avoid wearing them outside of the games. Not only have we successfully achieved that, but certain team’s fans will never have to worry about spilling specific condiments on their tops again. You’re welcome America.” This move follows on from a series of changes that Goodell has implemented in the NFL, to ensure that other sports get more of a chance at their fanbase. With the tactical reduction of the Pro-Bowl to nothing more than a game between whoever wants to go, and successfully forcing half the teams to play anywhere else but America, the ‘color rush’ move will secure the NFL in its position as most confusing sport in the world. The ‘color rush’ uniforms will be made standard during the 2019 season, reducing the amount of Jerseys available to purchase from 692 variations per team to a more manageable 28.