ESPN’s Aaron Portman discusses ‘the nazi uniforms’

The NFL’s official uniform has been updated with a nazi-themed crest.

The league said Thursday that the uniforms, which debuted in 2014, are based on a design from the World War II-era German uniforms of the Third Reich.

The uniforms feature a stylized “Bible Belt” emblem.

The logo is stylized on the back of the jersey and on the shoulder pads.

Portman also spoke about the controversy surrounding the NFL’s decision to use the name “National Football League.”

The name is based on the words of the Bible.

The NFL did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

“I think it was a mistake to name it ‘National Football Association,'” Portman said.

“We should have gone with something that’s more fitting and appropriate.”

The league announced Thursday that it would honor former National Football League players who served in World War I and WWII, including players who fought in Europe during World War Two.

The new uniforms will also honor retired players who died in World Wars I and II, the league said.

Portmon was the only former NFL player who participated in the unveiling of the uniforms.

He spoke about what he believes is the league’s hypocrisy.

“It’s not the NFL saying, ‘We’re going to honor the former players that served in the National Football Association in World II and World War One and the World Wars II era,’ ” Portman told ESPN.

They’re taking a position on something that they should be supporting, but they’re taking an offensive stance on something.””

This is a very, very hypocritical league.

They’re taking a position on something that they should be supporting, but they’re taking an offensive stance on something.”