Former NFL coach says ‘it would be nice to have a uniform’

Former NFL head coach Mike Sherman says “I think there’s some ways to do that.”

Sherman, who is retiring at the end of the season, says he’s open to wearing the jersey and that it would be “nice” to have it in his locker room, if he could.

Sherman’s comments come after former Cowboys and 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, who was fired by San Francisco on Monday, told the Dallas Morning News he’s “open to it” and “definitely” has a uniform.

Sherman, though, told WFAA-TV that he hasn’t spoken to the 49ers about it.

“I’m sure they’re going to have some people who are going to want it.

But it’s not on the table at the moment,” Sherman said.”

I think we need to have uniformity on and off the field.”

The 49ers have not said if they have any plans to introduce a uniform that resembles the NFL logo.

The 49er’s uniforms have become an emblem of the team’s recent struggles.

It is currently one of the most worn uniforms in the NFL, with the other teams wearing mostly black and white.