By the end of this season, NFL teams will be able to buy up to a dozen new uniforms per season, which is the biggest jump in spending since the league’s first draft in 1983.
The latest to join the party is the Washington Redskins, who will be buying uniforms from a company called Knitting Factory.
It will be a new uniform-buying strategy for Washington, which will be without its first-round pick in the upcoming draft.
The Redskins will be the only team to buy uniforms directly from Knitting, which has a reputation for making high-quality uniforms.
The company, which makes high-end garments for companies like Adidas and Nike, has been a reliable supplier of high-performance uniforms to the NFL since 2004.
The company makes uniforms for teams including the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders.
The team has been using the uniforms for several years, according to a company spokeswoman.
The new uniform is scheduled to go on sale to the public on Aug. 30, and teams will have to order them through the company.
The NFL’s new uniforms will not be available for immediate purchase, but teams will still be able buy them through their teams’ team stores.
The Redskins, for instance, will have a store in the team’s new training facility in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The new uniforms are part of a broader overhaul of the league in which teams will no longer be able order their own uniforms through the teams’ franchise stores.
The league has not yet announced what the new uniforms, which are designed by former NFL star Kevin White, will cost.