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  • What is this Rams' uniform?

    Dumb question from across the pond!

    Saw this pic recently, can someone give me some info and tell me when the Rams wore this uniform?

    I can't find any reference to it anywhere!



    Thanks folks!
    Cheers & Beers
    Rampage29

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    Re: What is this Rams' uniform?

    those are the uniforms worn in the pro bowl, well, one team

    the other is like a gray and highlighter green...forgot who coached whom

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    • #3
      Re: What is this Rams' uniform?

      Ahh I see, thank you citr92!

      Got it now!

      Cheers & Beers
      Rampage29

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        https://www.cheapjerseys.co/los-ange...i-royal-jersey
        Last edited by oneren; -10-27-2018, 10:39 AM.

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