In order for the Georgia Raiders Football
Organization to become successful, we must portray ourselves as
structured, professional members of this organization both on and off
the field. This upcoming season the staff of the Georgia Raiders
Football Organization will be enforcing a dress code. All organization
members must comply with the dress code. Any members caught breaking
the dress code will be responsible for completing the punishment handed
down to them from the coaching staff.
Our team colors consist of sliver, navy and white
Team Meeting Dress Code:
All members will need to look presentable at
team meetings. Members must wear a button up collared shirt. (Polo
shirts are acceptable) They will also need to have on jeans or dress
pants. A belt must be worn as well. Sweats or shorts will not be
Practice Dress Code:
Tops (long or short sleeved tee shirt) • Plain solid white colored for offense and navy for defense • All shirts worn must not have any logos unless approved by the coaching staff Bottoms (shorts or sweats pants) • Plain solid silver/ gray colored • All shorts worn must not have any logos unless approved by the coaching Socks • Solid navy socks
Shoes (cleats and athletic shoes) • black shoes or cleats • team colored cleats(must be approved by coaching staff)
Accessories (head bands, wrist bands, and other accessories) • solid team colors only
Jewelry • No jewelry should be worn at practice.
Neither the organization nor a member of the organization will be held
responsible for any items damaged or lost at practice.
Cold Weather • cold weather gear, such as sweaters or sweat pants, that is worn should be gray or navy.
Below is the numbering system established by the NFL and in place since 1973. • Numbers 1 to 19 are worn by quarterbacks, kickers, and punters. • Since 2004, Wide receivers are also allowed to wear numbers
between 1 and 19 if they so choose, even if there's an 80-89 number
available. • Numbers 1 to 49 are worn by running backs, tight ends (when an 80-89 number is unavailable), cornerbacks, and safeties. • Numbers 50 to 59 are worn by linebackers and offensive linemen. • Numbers 60 to 79 are worn by members of both the offensive line (the
tackles, guards and centers) and defensive line (the defensive ends,
defensive tackles and nose guard). • Numbers 80 to 89 are worn by wide receivers and tight ends. • Numbers 90 to 99 are worn by linebackers and defensive linemen. • Numbers 0 and 00 are no longer used, though they were issued in the NFL before the number standardization in 1973.